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T II K UNIVERSITY 



The Board of Trustees 

MEMBERS EX-( >FFICB I 

The Governor of Illinois 
I lux. Edward F. Dunne Springfield 

The Superintendent of Public Instruction 
Hon. Francis G. Blai r Springfield 

The President of the State Board of Agriculture 
I Tux. Len Small Kankakee 

ELECTED MEMBERS 

( Term 19] 1-1917 ) 

William L. Abbott - - - Chicago 

Mary E. Risky Urbana 

( >ns W. Hoi t Geneseo 

(Term 1913-1919) 

Ellen M. 1 Iexkotix Chicago 

John R. Trevett Champaign 

Fi 1 irence E. Watson Effingham 

(Term [915-1921) 

Laura B. Evans Taylorville 

Robert F. Carr Chicago 

Robert R. Ward Benton 

OFFICERS OF THE BOARD 

Willam L. Abbott, Chicago President 

i Iakkim'x E. Cunningham, Urbana Secretary 

Hazen S. Capron, Champaign Treasurer 

William B. Casteniiolz, Champaign Comptroller 



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T II E I'NIV E RSITY 



Council of Administration 

Edmund Janes James, Ph.D., LL.D., President. 

David Kinley, P.h.D., LL.D., Vice-President, Dean of the Graduate School and 
Professor of Economics. 

Eugene Davenport, M.Agr., LL.D., Dean of the College of Agriculture, Director 
of Agricultural Extension Service and Professor of Thremmatology. 

Oliver Albert Harker, A.M., LL.D., Dean of the College of Law and Professor 
of Law. 

Thomas Arkle Clark, B.L., Dean of Men and Professor of Rhetoric. 

William Freeman Myrick Goss, M.S., D.Eng., Dean of the College of Engi- 
neering, Director of the School of Railway Engineering and Administra- 
tion and Professor of Railway Engineering. 

Kendric Charles Babcock, 11. Lit., Ph.D., Dean of the College of Liberal Arts 
and Sciences. 

Frederick Brown Moorehead, A.B., D.D.S., M.D., Dean of of College of 
Dentistry and Professor of Oral Surgery and Pathology. 

Martha Jackson Kyle, A.M., Acting Dean of Women and Instructor in English. 

Daniel Atkinson King Steele, M.D., LL.D., Senior Dean of the College of 
Medicine, Professor of Clinical Surgery and Mead of the Department 
of Surgery. 

Aliiert Chauncy Eycleshymer, Ph.D., M.D., Junior Dean of the College of 
Medicine, Professor of Anatomy and Head of the Department of 
Anatomy. 

Nathan Austin Weston, Ph.D., Acting Dean of the College of Commerce and 
Business Administration and Assistant Professor of Economics. 



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Senior Class Officers 



First Semester Second Semester 

F. C. Norlin President H. L. Pogue 

May Babcock Vice-President J, F. Wright 

O C. Beatty Secretary Gielchen Gooch 

J. II. Gauge Treasurer F. L. Haines 

T. II. Bueli Sergeant-at-Arms J. D. Culp 



SMOKER COMMITTEE 

O. M. Burns Chairman 

F. II. Kelley John Grabbe J. K. Barber J. L. Robinson 



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F. D. Griffith 
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Re a Brown 
W. A. Ashbeck 
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R. C. Andrews Chairman 

E. S. Block S. D. Kirkpatrick W. H. Bkal W. A. Moore 

R. E. Himstedt H. L. Owens Gertrude Weber J. F. Wright 

Irene Liggett: Frances Marks D. M. Glover 

HOBO BAND COMMITTEE 

G S. Schaller Chairman 

Harry Mahood E. T. Gantz F. R. Miller W. B. Walraven 

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Pauline Hopkins Adams, KA9 

Liberal Arts and Sciences Grand Rapids, Michigan 



Daniel Arthur Albrecht 
Liberal Arts and Sciences, General Science Champaign 



Herbert Ralph Alden, A-A 

Dentistry Nebraska 



Eugenie Allais, 2K 

Liberal Airs and Sciences Dn Quoin 



Ernest Victor Allen 

Minimi Engineer inn 

Military Band (3), (4). 



Frank Oscar Allen 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 



Worth Arthur Allison 

Liberal Arts and Sciences and Agriculture 
Normal School Club. 



Pana 



Clinton 



Charleston 



Harry Havens Almond, *A0, AA2 

Liberal Arts and Science. Business Anderson. Indiana 

Ben Franklin Club; Manager Students' Directory (3); Class 
Track; (1); Homecoming Committee (3). 



Genevieve Alvord, I1B<p 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 



Urbana 



Louise Amborn, AXi! 

Liberal Arts and Sciences, English Fort Madison. Iowa 

Yo-Maj Gregorian Literary Society; Daily Illini Staff (21; 
Editor Women's Department (3); Junior Wand Committee; Sen- 
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>eraors 



Paul Donald Amsbary, <I>£K, *M 
Architecture Urbana 

Ren Franklin Club; Business Manager of Tlie Siren (4); Stu- 
dent Council Committee; Lieutenant in University Rrigade (3). 



Douglas Jacques Amos, KA^ 

Agriculture Cairo 



Harry Lee Andrews 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 



Monmouth 



Owen Huntington Anderson, IIT2 
Mechanical Engineering Chicago 

Student Branch, A. S. M. E. 



C. George Appelle, <pHIT, <I>AK 

Medicine 

Class President (1); Valedictorian, Class 1916. 



Chicago 



Roscoe Crum Andrews, *KM>, AK4> 

Liberal Arts and Sciences, Laiv Mattoon 

limes of Court; Freshmen Pushball Captain; Sophomore 

Smoker Committee; Senior Memorial Committee; Chairman 

Senior Invitation Committee (4); Pan-Hellenic Council (3), (4). 



Leox Arbuckle, A2<p 
Agriculture Brocton 

Freshman Varsitv Baseball; Freshman Varsity Basketball; Var- 
sity Baseball (2), (3), (4). 



Frederick Verne Arber, #A$, ATP 

Liberal Arts ami Sciences. Law Brimfield 

Innes of Court; Graphomen; Daily Illini Staff (3); Campus 
Scout (4); Illinois Magazine Staff (3); Military Rand (2), (3); 
Entered from Knox College. 



Homer Franklin Attebery 

. Igi i, ulture Hillsboro 

Hoof and Horn Club; Country Life Club; Ag Club; Class 
Soccer Team (3); Junior Smoker Committee, 



William Louis Ashbeck, oax, ST 
Engineering, Architecture Chicago 

Scarab; Sachem; Helmet; Lambkins; 1916 Cllio Staff; Man 
ager Interscholastic Circus (4); Homecoming Committee (3); 
Senior Smoker Committee; Student Union Opera (1), (3); Staff 
"The Gentleman from Mississippi"; Engineering Vice-President, 
Student Union (4). 



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John Thompson Auten, Cosmopolitan, AZ 
Agriculture White Hall 

Adelphic Literary Society; Senior Hat Committee; Y. M. C. 
A.; Cabinet (4). 



May Babcock, AT 

Liberal Arts and Sciences, Household Science Danville 

Vo-Ma; Household Science Club; Class Hockey (2), I 3 i ; 
Class Bowling (3); Class Vice-President (4); Secretary Junior 
Illinae; Treasurer Woman's League (4); Second Cabinet V. W. 
C. A. (.4); Woman's Athletic Association. 



Robert Hamilton Bacon 
Electrical Engineering Pasadena, California 

Electrical Engineering Society; Student Branch A. I. E. E. ; 
1914 Illio Staff; Technograph Board; Junior Smoker Committee. 



Wallace Bothwell Bain, Acacia, AZ 
Agriculture Martinsville, Indiana 



Walter Earl Baker, Brs 
Commerce, Accountancy Bement 

Bookkeeper for the Daily Ulini, 1917 Iu.in, The Illinois Mag- 
azine (41; Preliminary Honors. 



Sarva Rupa Bakhshi 

Railway Civil Engineering 

Railway Club; Civil Engineering Society. 



Srinagar, India 



Janet Christine Baldwin 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 



Salome Balkema. IIB<p 
Liberal Arts and Sciences 



Paris 



Ch kago 



John Kenneth Barber, Cosmopolitan, -iX 

Liberal Arts and Sciences, Journalism LaFox 

Comitatus; Graphomen; Class Football (3); Daily Illini Staff 
(2), (3); Illinois Magazine Staff (3); Editor (4); Siren Staff 
(4); 1917 /llio Staff; Dope Sheet Staff (2), (3); Junior Prom 
Committee; Senior Smoker Committee; Homecoming Committee 
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Laura Bardwell, KKT, ^A^ 

Liberal .hts and Sciences 

Yo Ma; Household Science Club 
nae; Sorority Editor of 1 9 1 f > [llio 
tion; Membership Committee Y. W. 
erary Society. 



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Vice-President Senior Illi- 
Woman's Athletic Associa- 
te A. (2), (3); Illiola Lit- 




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>6raor, 



I his Avery Barnes, <l>AT 

Liberal Arts and Sciences, Chemical Engineering Auburn 

Chemical Club; Choral Society; Preliminary Honors. 



Robert Irving Barickman, i WZ 

Medicine Lewisville, Minnesota 



Medicine 



Edwin Juu<;ii Barnett, NZN 



Peoria 



Russell Daniix Barnes, AXA 
/ ngineering, Architecture Taylorville 

Scabbard and Elide '. iptam in University Erigade (4). 



Edward Frederick Barth 
. Igriculture 
'Clars Baseball (1), (2). (.!>. 



Pana 



Nellie Flora Bartels, <i>AM' 

Liberal Arts ami Sciences Edwardsville 

Athenean Literary Society; First Cabinet Y. \V. C. A. (.!); 
Freshman Honors; Preliminary Honors. 



Harriet Thompson Barto, KKI\ ON 

Liberal Arts ami Silences. Household Science Urbana 

Aletheriai Literary Society; Household Science Club; Y. W. 
C. A. Cabinet (4); Preliminary Honors. 



SuMMr.ni-iKi.il James Bartholow, A2* 

Liberal Ails an, I Sciences New York 



Walter Hubert Beal, are 

Liberal Ails an, I Sciences, Law Moline 

Kn Klux Klan; Cnnes of Court; Mask and Bauble; Class 
Football Hi, (2), (.11. (4); All Class Football (.<>. (4). Captain 
(-1); Homecoming Committee (2); Junior Prom Committee; Sen 
ior Invitation Committee; Cast of "County Chairman", "Higher 
Cp", "Green Stockings". 

Fran< is I [erman l'>i \t ii, mil' 

i ma iialism ( hampaign 

le Cercle Francais; Class Baseball (li, (2), i 3 > : Class Bas- 
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Edward Corlyn Obert Beattv. *BK 

Liberal Arts and Sciences Qnincy 
Scabbard and Blade; Ionian Literary Society; Der 
Deutsche Verein; Loyante; Senior Memorial Committee; Cap- 
tain in University Brigade (4); Class Secretary (4); Prelim- 
inary Honors. 



Medicine 



Hannah Jane Beattv, NS<J> 



Ohio 



Warren Platt Beaubien, Hits 

Engineering. Architecture Whiting, Indiana 

Scarab; Staff of the 1916 Ili.io; Sophomore Cotillion Commit- 
tee; Junior Prom Committee; Captain in the University Brigade 
(4); Cast of "A Maid and a Myth" (3). 



Edwin Adams Bebb, AZ 

Agriculture Chicago 

Loyante; Adelphic Literary Society; Floricultural Club; Clee 
and Mandolin Club (1), (2), (3), (4); Class Swimming (2), (3), 
(4), Manager (4); Junior Smoker Committee; Class Treasurer 
(3); Preliminary Honors. 

Forrest Bebb, Iris, AZ, ArP 

Agriculture Muskogee, Oklahoma 

Glee and Mandolin Club (2), (3), (4), Treasurer (4), Flori- 
cultural Club; National Reserve Corps; Assistant Track Mana- 
ger (2), (3); Junior Prom Committee; Homecoming Committee 
(4); Preliminary Honors; General Vice-President Student 
Union (4). 

Lewis Michael Becker, TBII 

Mechanical Engineering Qnincy 

Student Branch A. S. M. E.; Loyante; Class Baseball (3), 
(4); Manager Class Basketball (3); Preliminary Honors. 



Herbert Richard Behr, XA 

Electrical Engineering 

American Institute of Electrical Engineers. 



Helen Behrensmeyer, *M 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 



Chicago 



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Kenneth Corwin Bell 

Commerce, General Business Robinson 

Scabbard and Blade; National Reserve Corps; Commercial 
Club; Captain in the University Brigade (4). 

Null Dins more Belnap, <I>K2;, <M<I>. <£BK 

Law Washington, D. C. 

Yoxan; Helmet; Gridiron Club; Freshmen Varsity Track; Var- 
sity Track (2), (3), (4); Class Football (1), (2), (3), (4), (51, 
(6); Athletic Staff 1914 Illio; Assistant Roast Editor 1916 II- 
iio; Illini Staff (2), (3); Law Vice-President, Illinois Union 
(4); Tribe of Illini. 




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John S. Bkltz, II KN 
Electrical Engineering Gardner 

Electrical Engineering Society; Student Branch A. I. E. E. 



Charles Franklin Belshaw, PITS 

Mechanical Engineering Rockford 

Loyante 



Hazel Marguerite Bennett, KAB. ON 

Liberal Arts and Sciences, Household Science Washington 

Household Science Club; Championship Hockey Team (2); Ag- 
riculturist Star! (4) ; Woman's League Advisory Board and Ex- 
ecutive Committee (3). 



Frank LuVern Bennett 
Agriculture Cortland 

Ag Club; American Society of Agronomy. 

Clarence Louis Bentz, TBn 

Engineering, Architecture Chicago 



John Francis Bennett, <I>Bn 

Medicine Waterford, Wisconsin 



Clifford Edward Bergin 



Medicine 



Chicago 



Benjamin Conrad Berg, BT 
Liberal .Iris and Sciences North Crystal Lake 



Harold Hannun Berman 



Dentistry 



Chicago 



Marie Valentine Berlin, ASA 
Lib( ral . his and Si iem es Chicago 

Entered from Frances Shinier School, and University of 
Chicago. 




Josephine Elizabeth Bernhardt, AiA 

Liberal Arts and Sciences Collinsville 



Medicine 



Dentistry 



Alick Bernstein 



Nathan M. Bernstein 



Chicago 



Chicago 



A. Ledru Bevis, AK* 

Commerce, General Business St. Louis, Missouri 

V. M. C. A. Cabinet (1), (2), (3), (4); (Ilee and Mandolin 
Club (1), (2), (3), (4), Manager (3); Commercial Club; Sopho- 
more Smoker Committee; Employment Secretary (3), (4). 



Elizabeth Gunder Beyer, ON 

Liberal Arts and Sciences, Household Science 

Logans fort. Indiana 
Household Science Club; Y. W. C. A.; Student Council (4); 
Class Hockey (2), (3), (4); Woman's Athletic Association. 

Elliott Billman, *AA, ATP 

Law East St. Louis 

Comitatus; Egyptian Club; Freshman Varsity Track; Varsity 
Cross-Country (2), (3); Varsity Track (2); Member Board of 
Trustees Illini Publishing Co.; Law Club Dance Committee (2); 
Law Club Smoker (3); Homecoming Committee (3); Prelimi- 
nary Honors; Law Scholarship (2). 

Franklin Carlisle Bivings, 2AE, *X 
Medicine Atlanta, Get rgia 

Course in Electrical and Mechanical Engineering at Alabama 
Polytechnical Institute. 



Luther Lincoln Blaine 



Dentistry 

Student Council. 



Dentistry 



Maurice Irwin Blair, AZT 



Marie Teresa Bleuel 

Liberal Arts and Sciences, General Science 



Wyoming 



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Edward Stevenson Block, X<i> 

. Igriculture Chicago 

Helmet; Ku Klux Klan; Sachem; Comitatus; Sophomore I. id 
Committee; Sophomore Cotillion Committee; Senior Invitation 
Committee; Homecoming Committee (3), (4); Junior Council- 
man Student Union (3). 



Medicine 



Warren Caldwell Hum, <pBII 



Crete 



C. L. A. BOCKEMOHLE 
Architectural Engineering Ellinwood, Kansas 



Pliny Russell Blodgett, *P2; 
Me, lit ine Harvard 

B. S. Degree University of Illinois 1915. 



Emerson F. Bolinger, -T 

Electrical Engineering New Holland 

Electrical Engineering Society, Treasurer (4). 



Hsi Fan Boggs 

Commerce, Railway Administration Shanghai. China 

Illinois Chinese Students' Cluh; Commercial Club; Railway 
Club; Le Circle Francais. Entered from Tong-Shan Engineer- 
ing and Mining College, China. 



Dentistry 



Edward Joseph Bostik, ASA 



Kansas 



Thomas Chew Bonney, ASA 

Dentistry South Dakota 

Student Assistant in Radiography. 



Rollo Preston Bourbon 



Medicine 



Missouri 



Reginald Pierre Bourassa 

Agriculture, landscape Architecture West field, Massachusetts 




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Medicine 



Roy Melson Bowell, *X, AfiA 



Indiana 



Walter Fred Bo ye, Acacia 

Liberal Arts and Sciences, Law Springfield 

Ionian Literary Society, President (4); limes of Court; Sen- 
ior Smoker Committee; Representative Illinois Association of 
Literary Societies (3), Delegate (4); Freshman-Sophomore De- 
hate. 



John Thomas Bradley, Jr., 2AE, AK^ 

Commerce, Business St. Louis, Missouri 

Ma-Wan-Da; Sachem; Helmet; Freshman Varsity Baseball; 
Varsity Baseball (2), (3), (4), Captain (4). 



Emil Georce Brandner 

Liberal Arts ami Sciences 



Cliicago 



Joseph Franklin Brandon, Acanthus 

Agriculture Washington, Indiana 

Freshman Varsity Football; Class Baseball (1); Manager Stu- 
dents' Directory (4) ; Junior Smoker Committee. 



Emma M. Breitstadt, ASA, *A^ 
Liberal Arts and Sciences Quincy 

Illiola Literary Society; Mask and Bauble; Woman's Athletic 
Association; Cast of "Passing of the Third Floor Back". 



Hulda Charlotte Breitstadt, ASA 

Liberal Arts and Sciences, Household Science Quincy 

Illiola Literary Society; Hockey Team (3); Entered from 
Bradley Polytechnic Institute. 



Amos Lloyd Breneman, K2 

Agriculture Emporia, Kansas 

Tribe of the Illini; Freshman Varsity Football (3); Baseball 
(3); Class Track (3); Varsity Football (4). 



Clell McArthur Brentlinger, HKN 

Electrical Engineering Urbana 

Electrical Engineering Society. 



Verne William Brinkerhoff 

Mechanical Engineering and Liberal Arts and Sciences 

Rock Island 




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Ethel Isabel Brooks, AOLT, ON 

Liberal Arts and Sciences, Household Science Beecher City 



Roger Beckwith Bronson, ATS2, AK^, AA2 
Commerce, General Business Chicago 

Ma-Wan-Da; Business Manager of the 1916 Illio (3); Assist- 
ant Manager of the 1915 Illio (2) J Sophomore Cotillion Commit- 
tee; Homecoming Committee (3), Chairman Homecoming Ar- 
rangements Committee (4). 



Medicine 



John Thomas Brosnan 



Chicago 



Raymonii Harrison Brooks 

Agriculture Marion 

Ag Club; Military Ball Committee (2); Junior Prom Com- 
mittee; Senior Memorial Committee. 



Clair William Brown 

Agriculture Greensburg, Indiana 

Ag Club; Country Life Club; Entered from Moores Hill Col- 
lege. 



Bayard Brown 



Agriculture 
Ag Club. 



Lisiseth Brown, AT 

Libera! Arts and Sciences, Household Science 
Household Science Club. 



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Kenneth George Brown, B6II, AAS, AE<J> 

Law I'rbana 

Daily Illini Staff (1), Circulation Manager <-'), Assistant 
Business Manager (3), Business Manager (4); Manager Stu- 
dents' Directory (3); Orange and Blue Dancing Club. 



Lewis Edwin Joel Browne, LTKA, AKK 
Medicine Missouri 



Robert Rea Brown, AK* 

Comma ■■< r, Gcnctal Business ' rbana 

Sachem; Freshman Varsity Baseball; Varsity Baseball (2); 

[916 / Stall; Senior Smoker Committee; Class Treasurer (3). 



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Medicine 



Edward Arthur Brucker, <pP2 



Wisconsin 



Earl Vivian Bruington, AZ 
Agriculture Monmouth 

Farm House; Lovante; Graphomen; Ag Club; Country Life 
Club; Hooff and Horn Club; Class Football (2), (3). (4); 
Associate Editor Illinois Agriculturist (3), Editor (4); Prelim- 
inary Honors. 



Orollo Simmons Buckner 

Engineering, Ceramics Newark, New York 

Keramos; Ceramic Club; North Atlantic Club. 



Temple Hoyne Buell, X^ 

Engineering, Architecture Highland Park 

Architectural Society, Vice-President (4); Class Swimming (3); 
Varsity Swimming (4); Sergeant at Arms (4); Cast "The Gen- 
tleman from Mississippi". 



Julius Amor Buerkin 

Engineering. Architecture 

Loyante; Student Branch A. S. M. E. 



Quincy 



Abraham Samuel Buhai, ZBT, AE* 

Engineering, Ceramics Chicago 

Ceramic Club; Menorah Society; Tribe of the Illini; Fresh- 
man Varsity Tennis (1), Varsity Tennis (2), (3), (4), Captain 
(3); Class Basketball, Outdoor (1), Indoor (1), (3). 



Lloyd Daniel Bunting, SAE 

Liberal Arts and Sciences, Law Ellery 

Innes of Court; Philomathean Literary Society; Egyptian 
Club; Freshman-Sophomore Debate (2); Daily Illini Staff (1), 
(2); Sophomore Smoker Committee, Treasurer. 

David Warner Burgoon 

Electrical Engineering East St. Louis 

Adelphic Literary Society; Loyante; Electrical Engineering 
Society; Student Branch A. I. E. E.; Varsity Cross-Countrv 
Team (2), (3), (4); Varsity Track Team (3), (4); Senior Me- 
morial Committee; Senior Smoker Committee; Sophomore 
Smoker Committee; Chairman Sophomore Sack Rush Committee; 
Class Vice-President (3). 



Paul Henry Burkhart, HKN 

Electrical Engineering 



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Wesley Morgan Burling 

Grand Rapids. Michigan 



Medicine 

Second Vice-President Senior Class 



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Owen McIntosh Burns, 2AE 

Liberal Arts and Sciences, Law Danville 

Innes of Court; Comitatus; Chairman Senior Smoker Com- 
mittee; Homecoming Committee (4); Student Council (4). 



Clifford Clark Burns 
Agriculture 

Ag Club; Country Life Club. 



Ralph Samuel Burwash 

Mechanical Engineering 

Student Branch A. S. M. E. 



Thomas H. Burrell, TBI! 

Engineering, Architecture 



East Oubuaue 



Champaign 



Albion 



William Armstrong Byrnes, OAX, *P2 

Medicine Minnesota 



Kenneth Burman Bush, LTO 

Civil Engineering Qiiincy 

Lieutenant in University Brigade (4). 



David Joseph Campbell 

Agriculture Urbana 

Ag Club; Hoof and Horn Club; University Orchestra; Coun- 
try Life Club. 



Chester Junius Cadle, *K* 

Commerce, General Business Charleston 



Manley Joseph Capron, <I>Bn 
Medicine Colorado 



Florence Maid Campbell, SK 
Liberal Arts and Sciences Tolono 

\ ,, M.,; Pan-Hellenic Council (4); Woman's League Advisory 
Board (3). 



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Carrie Esther Carlson 

Liberal Arts and Sciences Chicago 



Lee Russel Carlson, XA 

Commerce, General Business Champauji. 

Commercial Club; Class Baseball (2), (3). 



Franklin Otis Carroll 
Hallway Electrical Engineering Jerseyville 

Railway Club. 



Albert Brockway Carstensen 

Medicine Waverly, Iowa 



Emmet Francis Casey, <M 
Medicine Chicago 



Russell D. V. Castle 

Commerce. Business Administration Urbana 



Grace Elizabeth Champlin, AT 1 , <pA^I' 

Agriculture. Household Science Chicago 

Household Science Club. 



Tien Tsai Chang 
Agriculture 

Chinese Students' Club. 



Hongkong. China 



Lan Sung Chen, Cosmopolitan Club 

Commerce, Railway Traffic and Accounting Chile, China 

Chinese Students' Club; Commercial Club; Railway Club. 



Dorothy Chew. KKT 

Liberal Arts and Sciences, Household Science pncblo, Colorado 
Household Science Club; Woman's Athletic Association; Class 
Basketball (1), (2), (3), (4); Class Bowling (3), (4). 




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»efnnor, 



Civil Engineer ing 

l)er Deutsche Verein. 



Edmund Cieslik 



Chicago 



Chiyoji Chinata 

Commerce, Insurance Matsumoto, Japan 

Commercial Club. 



George Clark, AT, AIT 

Agrii ulture Carthage 

Ma-Wanda; Ku Klux Klan; Sachem; Varsity Football 13), (4); 
Varsity Baseball (3); Freshman Varsity Football; Freshman 
Varsity Basketball; Freshman Varsity Track. 



Bayard Hand Clark, ^I'A 

Liberal Arts and Sciences Dc Kalb 

Illini Staff (2). (3), (4); Illinois Magazine (3); Lieutenant 
in University Brigade (3), (4). 



James Russel Clark 

Architectural Club; Choral Society (4 ); Class Baseball (1), (2). 
Architectural Club; Choral Society (4); Class Baseball (1). 



Harold Edward Clark, 2AE 

Liberal Arts and Sciences, Ceramics 
Keramos; College Dancing Club. 



Clara Alice Clausen 

Liberal Arts ami Sciences 



Sterling 



Sccor 



Meribah Eliza Clark 
Liberal Arts and Sciences Mount Sterling 

Athenean 1 iterary Society; Bethany Circle. 



Blaine Wilson Claypool, <I>K-, <I>1'1, A! 

\lclu ine Chicago 



Dorothe \ Marion Clai beri 
Engineer ing, - h chitei tin c 
Class Vice-President (1); Architectural Club. 



Oak Park 



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Olen Robert Clements, Acacia 

Law West Union 

Ionian Literary Society President (4); Tribe of Ulini; Fresh- 
man Varsity Water Polo; Varsity Water Polo (2), (3), (-1), 
Captain (4); Class Football (3), (4); Staff of 1914 Illio Staff 
1916 Illio; Illini Staff (4); Senior Hat Committee; Freshnu-n 
Honors; Preliminary Honors; Alternate Iowa-Illinois Debate 
1914. 



Howard J. Clinebell 

Agriculture 

Normal School Club; Ag Club. 



G I as ford 



Henry Clay Coleman, Jr.. SAE 
Mechanical Engineering St. Louis, Missouri 



Russell Smith Colton, <prA 
Municipal ami .Sanitary Engineering Kansas City, Missouri 



Harold S. Condit, A2A 
Dentistry 

President of the Senior Class. 



Ch icago 



Richard Newell Coolidge, Triangle, ST, TBLT 
Civil Engineering Leatl , South Dakota 

Preliminary Honors. 



James Swaney Cooper, <pP2, K$A 
Medicine New Wilmington, Pennsylvania 

B. S. Degree, Westminster College, 1913. 



Mr, li< ine 



War n Cooper, NZN, An A 



Kansas 



Bruce Herbert Corzine, X*, <pAK 

Liberal Iris and Sciences Charleston 

Freshman Varsity Football (3); Psychology Club. 



Schuyler Opp Cotton, *X 

Medicine South Dakota 




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Dudley Winthkope Crane ^T, ATP 

Agriculture Montclair, New Jersey 

Ma-Wan-Da; Ku Klux Klan; Helmet; Scabbard and Blade"; 
Comitatus; Nortb Atlantic Club; Varsity Basketball (2); Var- 
sity Swimming (4); Military Ball Committee (2); Captain in 
the University Brigade (4) ; President of the Junior Class. 



Clinton Harriman Cowgill, APX 

Engineering, Architecture Tofeka, Kansas 

Architectural Club. 



John Powell Creiss, B6IT 
Agriculture Carmi 

Helmet; Ku Klux Klan; Sachem; Egyptian Club; Comitatus; 
Homecoming Committee (3), (4); Illinois Union Junior Coun- 
cilman (3); President Student Council (4). 



Thomas Carl Cravens, *A6, ATP 

Agriculture Bloomficld, Indiana 

Freshman Varsity Football (3); Entered from Wabash Col- 
lege. 



Hilda Marion Croll, ON 
Liberal Arts and Sciences, Household Science Beardstoivn 

Household Science Club; Jamesonian Literary Society; Pre- 
liminary Honors. 



Mary Elizabeth Creighton 
Liberal Arts and Sciences, General Science Phoenix, Arizona 



Henry Fay Crosby, ArP 
Agriculture Detroit, Michigan 

'Ag Club; Hoof and Horn Club. 



Harold Fordyce Crooks 

Libera! Arts and Sciences, Geology Oak Park 

Geology Club; Freshman Varsity Track; Class Swimming and 
Polo (4). Manager (4); Manager First Annual Water Carnival 
(2); Technograph Board (2). 



George Arthur Cross. AZ 
Agriculture Polo 

Farm House; Ag Club; Hoof and Horn Club; Country Life 
Club. 



Aubrey James Cross. 'Mill, <i>AK 
Medii ine Aberdeen, Washington 



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William Crutchfield, 2AE 

Engineering. Architecture Chattanooga, Tennessee 

Scarab; Ku Klux Klan; Pan-Hellenic Council (3); President 

Pan-Hellenic Council (4); Assistant Editor Architectural Year 
Book. 



John DeWitt Culp, ^T 

Civil Engineering Chicago 

Freshman Varsity Track; Varsity Track (2), (3), (4). 



Charley Edmund Curl 

Mechanical Engineering 



Paris 



Burton Tuttle Curtis, <prA 
Agriculture Decatur 

Pushball Committee (2); Illinois Union Opera (3). 



George Curtiss, .haiia, AZ, ATP, AAZ 
Agriculture Stockton 

Scabbard and Blade; Ag Club; National Reserve Corps; Cir- 
culation Manager of Illinois Agriculturist (4); Junior Prom 
Committee; Cadet Hop Committee (3), (4); Homecoming Com- 
mittee (4); Major in University Brigade (4), Lieutenant (3). 



Medicine 



A. Beulah Cushman, N2<p 



Missouri 



William Arthur Cusick, A-A 
Dentistry Chicago Heights 

Chairman Executive Committee; Illio Editor at College of 
Denistry; Student Assistant in Therapeutics and X-Ray. 



Medicine 



Lloyd David Cutting, 3>A 



II 'isconsin 



John William Dammers, AXA 

Liberal .Iris an, I Sciences Chicago 



Music 



Clara Elizabeth Davis 



Urbana 






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Law 



Walter Thomas Day 



Spl naj field 



Helen Powers Davis, KKP 

Liberal Arts and Sciences, Household Science Hollon, Kansas 



Raymond Edward Denz, Z* 

Liberal .his and Sciences Decatur 

Helmet; Glee and Mandolin Club (2), (3), (4); President (4); 
Scribblers' Club; Pbilomatbean Literary Society; Illinois Maga- 
zine Staff, Associate Editor (4); Junior Prom Committee, Chair- 
man; Junior Cap Committee; Lieutenant in University Brigade 
(3); Cast of "A Maid and A Myth". 



Marcello Francisco de Lima 

Civil Engineering S. Paulo. Brazil 



Commerce 



C. Richard Dietmeyer 



Winslout 



Harry Charles DibelLj <I>A0, AKt 

Commerce, Business Wolcott, Indiana 



Lois ElLEN I >ODDS, XU 
Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Class Basketball (1). (3). (4). 



Dentistry 

Student Council. 



Robert Jesse Dixon 



Champaign 



II 'isconsin 



John R. Donaldson, Triangle 
Civil Engineering Joliei 



Mauri* e Doktorsk^ , A.$2, B* 
Medicine Chicago 



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Allan Douglas Donnell, "MvS 

Electrical Engineering Mattoon 



Mary Elva Dorsett 
Agriculture, Household Science 

Woman's League. 



Harvey Richard Dow 
Commerce, Banking 
Commercial Club. 



Augusta 



Geneva 



John Francis Doyle, *K, AKS1> 
Commerce, Business Champaign 



Henry Edward Dralle, II KX 

Electrical Engineering Coatsburg 

Class Football (4). 



Mildred Evangeline Drew, KKT, KAIT 

Liberal Arts and Sciences Evanston 

Alethenai Literary Society, President (4); Scribblers' Club; 

Chairman Cirls' Senior Council; Staff of Illinois Magazine, (2), 
(3). 



C omn 



Louis A. Droste 

Grand Rapids, Michigan 



Frank James DuFrain 
Libi i al . his and Si fences 



Frank Leroy Dunavan 



I ngineering 



Effie Charlotte Dunlaf 

Commerce, Business 



Momence 



Ottawa 



Ui bona 



P frf i ,ti J ^rTmreTn^ l^ 



Met- im*$Z & 




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Ellen Frances Dwyer 

liberal Arts and Sciences Charleston 

Editor Organization Department 1916 Illio; Daily Illini Staff 



Francis Ellsworth Dunlap, APX 
E ngineering, Architecture Mavwood 



Architectural ( lub. 

Benjamin Quincv Dysart, <pHII 
Medicine Granville 



Medicine 



William Holmes Dyer 



Lincoln 



Bess East, AHA 

Liberal Arts and Sciences Anderson, Indiana 

Illiola Literary Society; International Polity Club. President 
(41 ; Chairman Senior Hat Committee; Second Cabinet Y. W. 
C. A. (2); First Cabinet (3), (4); Officer, Junior Illinae; 
Secretary and Treasurer Drama Federation. 



Medicine 



Medicine 



Fred Elwell Earel, <I>I3II 



Charles Patt Eck. 'I>AK 



Abingdon 



Chicago 



Rex Cair Eaton, <1>AB, ATP 
Agriculture Eaton, Colorado 

President of Senior Class; Ph. G.J I'll. C. 



Henry Emanual Ekstrand 
Engineering, Architecture Waukegan 



Medicine 



David Eisenberg, A*2 

Minneapolis, Minnesota 



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Harvey Ellis 



Commerce 



Evanston 



Lynn Wickwire Elston, <pX, €>AK 

Medicine Indiana 

Salutatorian of Class of 1916. 



Wyatt Goan Em mono, AKE, AK^ 

Commerce La Grange 

Sachem; Helmet; Comitatus; Gridiron Club; Commercial Club; 
Editor Organization Department 1916 Illio; Daily Illini Staff 
(I), (2); Roast Staff 1915 Illio; Assistant Business Manager 
"A Maid and A Myth" (3); Chairman Sophomore Picnic Com- 
mittee; Home-Coming Finance Committee (2); Home-Coming 
Enthusiasm Committee (4). 

John Gottlieb Eppinger, Cosmopolitan, BT2 

Commerce, Business Quincy 

Ionian Literary Society; Der Deutsche Verein; Commercial 
Club; El Circulo Espanol; Lieutenant University Brigade (3); 
Captain (4). 



Carl Paul Ernst, *2K 

Civil Engineering Chicago 

Crystal Dancing Club; Assistant Manager Football (3); Mili- 
tary Ball Committee (2). 



Elmore George Ernst 

Engineering, Architecture Visalia, California 

Philomathean Literary Society; Architectural Club. 



Arthur Morgan Evans, <1>P2 

Medicine Chicago 



Medicine 



Boyd Franklin Eye, Jr. 



Eugene Philip Fager 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 



Talmage, Kansas 



Murphysbor 



Agriculture 



Saleem Raji Farah 



Nazareth, Palestine 



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>emors 



Miriam Rebecca Fasold 

Liberal Arts and Sciences St. Louis, Missouri 

Gregorian Literary Society; Basketball (4); Senior Council. 



Albert A.YRTON Farnham, A2<p 
Agriculture, Landscape Architecture West field, Massachusetts 

University Landscape Architectural Society. 



Joseph E. Feldman, Acacia 

Agriculture Morrison 

Class Football (2), (3), (4); Class Basketball (1), (2), (3). 



Ruth Catherine Fedde 

Liberal Arts and Sciences, Household Science 
Household Science Club. 



Pcotone 



Florence Roxana Ferguson, ASA 

Liberal Arts and Sciences. Household Science Annazcan 

Household Science Club; Second Cabinet Y. W. C. A. (4). 



Walter Blaine Felger 

Liberal Arts and Sciences, Science Urbana 

I'hilomatliean Literary Society; Chemical Club; American 
Chemical Society; Mathematics Club. 



Cyrus Porter Ferrell 
Electrical Engineering 



P.! Paso 



Frank Cleveland Ferguson 
Liberal Arts and Sciences Annawan 

Mask and Bauble; Cast of "The County Chairman"; Cast of 
"The Gentleman from Mississippi". 



Medit ine 



Marion Shellev Fink 



Chicago 



Clare \> i Eugb m- Fifield, £IT 
( omtnet i e, Business Buda 

Class Swimming (1). (2); Varsity Swimming (.>>. (4); Class 
Baseball (3); Managc-i Class Itascball (41; Sweater Committee 
(ll; Smoker Committee (2); Home-Coming Committee (,4). 




eniors 



James Henry Finnegan, *rA 

Agriculture Brim field 

Entered from Knox College. 



Medicine 



Victor Finsand, N2N 

Aberdeen, South Dakota 



Walter Rathfon Fischer 

Liberal Arts and Sciences, Pre-Medic. Chicago 

Medui; Cadet Hop Committee (4); Captain in University 
Brigade; Winner of 1913 Hazelton Medal. 



Erwin Fisher, <I>K2 

Commerce, Business Chicago 

Ku Klux Klan; Tribe of Illini; Freshman Varsity Water Polo 
(1); Varsity Water Polo (2), (3), (4), Captain (4); Sophomore 
Smoker. 



Eva Josephine Fisher, AHA 

Liberal Arts and Sciences Detroit, Michigan 



Helen Vastine Fisher, AEA, <J>BK, KAII, $&<& 

Liberal Arts and Sciences Geneseo 

Yo Ma; Alethenai Literary Society; Woman's Athletic Asso- 
ciation; Class Basketball (1), (2), (3), (4); Championship 
Basketball Team (2), (3); Treasurer Junior Illinae (3); Presi- 
dent V. W. C. A. (4). 



Alvin Texas Fishman, AZ 

Agriculture Bosky Dell 

Ag Club; Adelphic Literary Society; Student Volunteer Band. 



Denna Frank Fleming, Acacia, ASP 

Liberal Arts and Sciences Paris 

Adelphic Literary Society; Illinois-Minnesota Debate (4); 

Bryan Prize (3); Entered from Illinois State Normal School. 



Frederic R. Fletemeyer 

Engineering, Architecture LaFayette, Indiana 



Alexander William Fordyce 

Medicine Oilman 



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Clauhe Clifton Foulk, XB 

Commerce, Business Worthington, Indiana 

Commercial Club, Vice-President (3). 



Mildred Lillian Forke, LTB* 

Agriculture, Household Science Profhctstown 

Household Science Club. 



Anna Dora Frazee 

Liberal Arts and Sciences M owe aqua 

Woman's Athletic Association; Jamesonian Literary Society; 
Mathematics Club; Class Hockey (2), (3), (4), Championship 
Team (4); Basketball Team (4); Y. W. C. A. Membership Com- 
mittee (3); Y. W. C. A. Poster Committee (4). 



Helen Elizabeth Francis, Achoth 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 



Medicine 



S. Henrietta Frederickson, N2* 



Wyoming 



Michigan 



Parke West Freark, ^A 

Municipal and Sanitary Engineering Springfield 

Civil Engineering Society, Secretary (3); Technograph Board 
(3); Business Manager Technograph (4); Class Basketball (4); 
Adelphic Literary Society. 

John Frier, 2T, AA2 

Mechanical Engineering St. Louis, Missouri 

Loyante; Student Branch A. S. M. E.; Illinois Magazine Staff; 
Business Manager (3); Manager Mechanical Engineering Show 
(4); Sophomore Picnic Committee; Junior Cap Committee; Junior 
Prom Committee; Home-Coming Committee (4); Class Vice- 
President (2); Entered from Purdue LTniversity. 

John William Freels, *AA, AE* 
Law East St. Louis 

Philomathean Literary Society; Class Water Polo (1), (2), (3), 
Captain CD; 1916 Illio Staff; Manager Class Athletics (4); 
Assistant Manager Baseball (3); Chairman Pushball Committee 
(1); Sophomore Smoker Committee; Ilome-Coming Committee 
(3). (4); Junior Councilman, Illinois Union (3); Athletic Board 
of Control (4); President Board of Class Athletics (4); Fresh- 
man Honors; Preliminary Honors; First Scholarship, Law 
School (2). 

J. Howard Gage 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 7Y.ru, > 

Scabbard and Blade; Adelphic Literary Society; Class Football 
(I); Class Basketball (1); Wrestling Team (2); Senior Hat 
Committee; Lieutenant in University Brigade (3), Captain (4); 
Class Treasurer (4). 



Guy Chandler Fulton, XA 
Engineering, . Irchitei ture 



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Harold T. Gallaher, HKN 

Electrical Engineering 

Electrical Engineering Society. 



Tiskil'.ea 



Elwyn Tracy Gants, Acanthus, IIT2 
Mechanical Engineering Wenona 

Class Baseball (3); Hobo Band Committee; Senior Memorial 
Committee. 



Medicine 



L. V. Gates, *P2 

Min neapolis, Minnesota 



Joseph Frederick Gauger 
Agriculture Champaign 

University Band (1), (2), (3), (4), Treasurer (4). 



Raymond Wallace Gauger 

Liberal Arts and Sciences Champaign 



Robert E. Gayle, Acacia, ATP 
Agriculture 

Ag Club, President (4). 



Evelyn Ellan Gehant, AAII 

Agriculture, Household Science 
Yo Ma; Class Secretary (3). 



Lincoln 



Dixon 



Rosalie Florence Gehant. AAIT 

Agriculture. Household Science Dixon 

Yo Ma; Basketball (1), (2), (3), (4); Senior Hat Committee. 



George Albert Geib, 2AE, 6T 
Civil Engineering St. Paul, Minnesota 

Lieutenant in University Brigade (4). 



Grace Mildred Geyer, T4>B 

Liberal Arts and Sciences Roswcll, New Mexico 

Yo Ma; Illiola Literary Society; Woman's Athletic Association, 
Vice-President (4); Class Basketball (1), (2), (3), (4), Captain 
(4); Class Hockey (4). 




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Minnie Ellen Gilbert 
Liberal Arts and Sciences Dillon, Montana 



James Harman Gilbert, 2AE, $A<t>, ATP 

Law Mount Vernon 

Egyptian Club. 



Everett E. Glick 



Agriculture 
Ag Club. 



Urbana 



Russell Adams Gilmore, K2, AKK 

Medicine Chiiliana 



Harold Mortimer Glover, N2N 

Medicine . Kansas 

Bachelor of Arts 



Donald Mitchell Glover, AA<i>, 2AX 
Medicine 

Ma-Wan-Da; Ku Klux Klan; Lamkins; Clee Club; Editor of 
the Daily Illini (4). 



Edna Agatha Goettler, KA9 

Liberal Arts and Sciences. Household Science 
Entered from Chicago University. 



Reuel Ariel Godehx 

Engineering, Architecture 



Medicine 



Benjam in Goldberg 



Chicago 



Moline 



( 'Aii ago 



John Gervase Goggin, NSN 
Medii ine Rot Hester, Minnesota 




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Robert Sidney Goldstein 
Railway Civil Engineering 

Railway Engineering Club. 



Chicago 



Gretchen Louise Gooch, AXfi, $Aty 

Liberal Arts and Sciences Bell flower 

Yo Ma; Illiola Literary Society, Vice-President; Bethany 
Circle (1); Chairman Nominating Committee for Junior Illinae; 
First Cabinet Y. W. C. A. (3), (4); Second Cabinet Y. W. C. A. 
(2); Secretary Woman's League (3). 



John Christian Grabbe 

Agriculture Urbana 

Sachem; Freshman Varsity Baseball; Junior Prom Committee; 
Senior Smoker Committee. 



Albert Ambrose Graff 

Electrical Engineering Cincinnati, Ohio 

Student Branch of A. I. E. E.; Spaulding Guild. 



Clarence Todd Grant, HKN, TBII, ZT 
Electrical Engineering Elgin 

Electrical Engineering Society. 



Ruth Margaret Grant 

Liberal Arts and Sciences, Household Science Urbana 

First and Second Student Council, Y. W. C. A. Calling Com- 
mittee; Committee on House Rules. 



Rush Gray, XQ 

Liberal Arts and Sciences, Household Science Des Moines, Ioiva 
Yo Ma; Household Science Club. 



John Grayhack, Jr. 

Civil Engineering 

Civil Engineering Club. 



Joliet 



Louis Jacob Greengard 

Agriculture Chicago 

Menorah; Ag Club; Horticultural Club; Illinois Society of 
Agronomy; Preliminary Honors. 



Hans Peter Greison, AT, AKt, AA2 

Commerce. Banking Savanna 

Scabbard and Blade; Philomathean Literary Society; Assistant 
Business Manager Daily Illini (3); Captain in University Brigade 
(4); Commercial Club, President (4). 







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Lf.rov Oliver Grieser, ATA 
Agriculture Quincy 



William Whiting Gridley 

Commerce Ambov 

Philomatliean Literary Society; Spanish Club; Der Deutsche 
Verein. 



Donald Ashway Grossman, ASP 

Law Champaign 

Ionian Literary Society; Glee Club (2), (3), Soloist (3); Ohio- 
Illinois Debate (2); Michigan-Illinois Debate (3). 



Francis Dickerson Griffith, ^K, ArP 

Agriculture Chicago 

Class Swimming and Water Polo (1), (2), (3); Class Soccer 
(3); Class Baseball (2), (3), (4); Manager Class Athletics (2), 
(3); Senior Hat Committee; Senior Smoker Committee; Senior 
Council of Student Council; Ag Club. 



Raymond Gruner, BT 

Electrical Engineering Speer 



John Elmer Gruner, BT 

Electrical Engineering Speer 



Harry Allen Gum, IITS 

Mechanical Engineering Marseilles 

Student Branch of A. S. M. E. 



Herman C. Grunewald, BS 

Civil Engineering St. Louis, Missouri 

Civil Engineering Club. 



Woodward William Gunkel, AKE, ATP 

Commerce, Business Sheffield 

Ma-Wan-Da; Helmet; Freshman Varsity Baseball; Varsity 
Baseball (2), (3), (4). 



Leslie Monroe Gi.mm, XII, II KX 
Electrical Engineering Marseilles 

!•'.. E. Society. President (4); Managing Hoard 1015 Electrical 
Show; Program Committee, E. E. Society (3); Cast of "Prodigal 
Prince" (2). 




emiors 



George Phillip Gustafson 

Commerce. Business 
Commercial Club. 



Sycamor 



Chester Gilbert Hadden, Acacia 
Agriculture Chicago 

Scabbard and Blade; Captain in the University Brigade, Lieu- 
tenant (3); Class Secretary (2). 



Agriculture 
Comitatus. 



Thomas Angus Hagan, *K 



Champaign 



Fred Charles Hahn, *A, 4>AT, AX2 
Chemical Engineering Springfield 

Staff of the Illinois Chemist (4); Military Band; Preliminary 
Honors; Chemical Club, President (4); American Chemical 
Society. 



Forrest Livingston Haines, <I>K2 

Commerce. Banking 

Comitatus; Commercial Club. 



L'rbana 



Walter Henry Halas, TKE 
Engineering Architecture Chicago 

Tribe of Illini; Spaulding Guild; Architectural Club; Fresh- 
man Varsity Baseball; Varsity Baseball 12), (3), (4); Class 
Football (J). (31. 14); Junior Smoker Committee; Hobo Band 
Committee; Home-Coming Committee (3); Secretary-Treasurer 
Tribe of Illini. 



Charles Morgan Halbruge 
Commerce, Business Rockport, In, liana 

Sachem; Comitatus. 



Pauline Halliwell, KKT 

Liberal .his and Sciences Chicago 

Yo Ma; Woman's Athletic Association ; President of Jamesonian 
Literary Society (4). 



Eugene Carl Hamill, Acanthus, TBII, ATP 

/engineering . I rchitectn re Bloomington 

Ionian Literary Society; Class Basketball ll), (2), (3). (4'; 
Preliminary Honors. 



Stanley L. Hansen, XA 
Mechanical Engineering Chicago 

Student Branch A. S. M- E-rJ Junior Cap Committee; Class 
Vice-President (1), 



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Dentistry 



Harry Mike Harnick 



Chicago 



Tso Chang Hao 

Commerce, Banking Chili. China 

Chinese Student's Club; Corda Fratres; Commercial Club. 



Leo Gabriel Harris, XA, BPS 

Commerce, Business Wilton Junction, Iowa 

Commercial Club. 



E. Ferne Harris 

Liberal Ails and Sciences, Household Science Marion 

Household Science Club; Country Life Club, Vice-President; 

Gregorian Literary Society, President; Y. W. C. A. First Cabinet. 



Laura Ellen Hartman 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 



Mil ford 



William Ward Hart, <I>Af), <I>A<1> 

Law Benton 

Helmet; Tribe of the Illini; Comitatus; Egyptian Club; Pan 
Hellenic Council (3), (4); Freshman Varsity Track; Varsity 
Track (2), (3), (4); Home-Coming Committee (2), (3); Junior 
Prom Committee; Senior Memorial Committee. 



Sylvan Dix Harwood, -AX 

Liberal Arts and Sciences. Journalism Carrolllon 

Sachem; Graphomen; Scribbler's Club; Spanish Club; Reporter, 
Daily Illini (3); Assistant Editor (3); Managing Editor (4); 
Illinois Magazine Staff (3), Associate Editor (4i; Dope Sheet 
Staff (3);Illio Stall (4); Home-Coming Program Committee (4). 



Ralph Framb Harvey 

Agriculture Indianapolis, Indiana 

Lieutenant in the University Rrigade. 



Emin Witherspoon Hawkins, ait 

. hi* i, allure I- (linn, <n ul 

Illinois Agronomy Society; Class Football (1). 



Victor 1 [ugo I [asi k, akk 

Medicine Iowa 




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Carl 0. Hawkinson 

Engineering Architecture Marionette, Kansas 

First Regiment Band. 



Medicine 



Agriculture 



Grace M. Hawthorne, N2* 



Francis Leo Headley, B* 



Iowa 



Paris 



Dwight Frederick Heath 

Liberal Arts and Sciences, General Science Chicago 

Mathematics Club, Secretary-Treasurer (4); Junior Smoker 

Committee; Captain in the University Brigade, Lieutenant (3); 
Entered from Crane College. 



Roy Thomas Hecketsweiler 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Bushnell Guild. 



Area 



Nellie May Hedgcock, AOII 

Liberal Arts and Sciences, Household Science Plymouth 

Household Science Club; Entered from Knox College. 



Bertram Atkinson Hedges, ITIIP 

Liberal Arts and Sciences Dozening, Missouri 

Adelphic Literary Society; Inter-Society Declamatory Con- 
test (3); Entered from Coe College. 



Edna May Hedrick 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Athenean Literary Society. 



LcRoy 



George Samuel Hedrick 

Agriculture LeRoy 

Farm House; Ag Club; Hoof and Horn Club; Junior Enter- 
tainment Committee. 



John Harold Heindel, $SK, TBIT, ^'M 

Engineering Architecture Lb/in 

) 9 1 6 Ii,lio; 1917 Illio; 1915 Dope Sheet; Preliminary Honors. 




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Alexander Swift Henderson, AXA 

Libi ral Arts and Sciences, General Science Chicago 



Herbert Clarence Helm, A2P 

Liberal Arts and Sciences Metropolis 

Adelphic Literary Society; Egyptian Club; Loyante; Manager 
Star Lecture Course (4); Junior Lap Committee; Freshman 

Sophomore Debate (1); Philomathean-Adelphic Debate (1); 

Illinois-Iowa Debate (2); Illinois-Minnesota Debate (3); Board 

.if Oratory and Debate (2). 



James Bruce Henderson, AT, ATP 

Agriculture, Animal Husbandry Millers Ferry, Alabama 

Varsity Track (3); Freshman Varsity Basketball (2). 



Frank Spoor Henderson, XA 

Electrical Engineering Sterling, Colorado 

Class Football (3); Student Branch of A. I. E. E. 



Ray David Henson, <pA<p 

Law Johnston City 

Egyptian Club. 



Elfreda Viola Hennings 

Liberal Arts and Sciences, Household Science 



Elgin 



Okla Harold Hershman, <I>Ki: 

Mechanical Engineering Tipton, Indiana 

Entered from Purdue University. 



Frank Alfred Hermanson 
Commerce Milford 

Sachem; Freshman Varsity Track; Chairman. Sophomore 
Smoker Committee. 



Irma May Higgins 
Liberal Arts and Sciences, Household Science Champaign 

First and Second Councils. Woman's League I -t I . 



Leonard B. Hiebel 
Agriculture, Landscape Gardening Waterloo, Wisconsin 

University Landscape Architects' Society; (lice and Mandolin 
Club (li. (J); University Hand (11, (2), (3), (4); Orchestra 
(M, (2), (3), (4). 



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Engineering, Ceramics 



Fred James Hill 



Agricultur 



James Edward Hill, X^ 



Harvard 



Mattoon 



Lucy Belle Hill 
Musi Urbana 

Bethany Circle; Cercle Francais; University Choristers; Self- 
Government Committee. 



Ralph Ebner Himstedt, Acacia, A2P 

Lazv Blue Mound 

Ma-Wan-Da; Innes of Court; Comitatus; Philomathean Liter- 
ary Society; Polity Club; Manager Star Lecture Course (3); 
Sophomore Picnic Committee; Senior Invitation Committee; 
Home-Coming Committee (3), (4); Freshman-Sophomore Debate 
(1); Pliilomatliean-Adelpliic Debate Ml; Illinois-Wisconsin De- 
bute (2), (3); Illinois-Minnesota Debate (3); Northern Orator- 
ical League Representative (3); Board of Oratory and Debate 
(3). (4). 

Joseph Howard Hinshaw, Iris, ASP 
Law Harrisburg 

Philomathean Literary Society; Manager Star Lecture Course 
(2); Illinois-Indiana Debate ( _' I ; Representative Northern Ora- 
torical League (2). 



Edward George Hirt, APX 

Architecture St. Cloud, Minnesota 

Architectural Club; Spaulding Guild. 



Mabel Hitt 

Liberal .lrts and Sciences Herrick 

Woman's Athletic Association; Hockey Team (3), (4), Cham- 
pionship (4); Varsity Hockey Team. 



Fremont John Hoehn 
Engineering, Ceramics 
Kcramos; Ceramic Club. 



Carlinville 



Elmo Pail Hohman, Iris, 4>BK 

Liberal Arts and Sciences Nashville 
Ma Wan-Da; Sachem; Tribe of lllini; Egyptian Club; Philo- 
mathean Literary Society; Freshman Varsity Track (1); Var- 
sity Track (2), (3), (4); Home-Coming Committee (3); Pre- 
liminary Honors; Freshman Honors; Vice-President Students' 
Council (4). 



Arnold Carl Holinger, Hits. TBII 

. In liiicci nral I: ngineering 

Preliminary Honors; Deutscher-Veretn. 



Chicago 




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>eniors 



Doris Jean Holloway, r*B, <i>BK, ON, <£&<!? 
Liberal Arts and Sciences, Household Science Detroit, Michigan 
Alethenai Literary Society; Household Science Club; Senior 
Council. 



Blanche Louise Hollandsworth, Achoth 

Liberal Arts and Sciences Canton 

Advisory Board Woman's League; Mathematics Club; Choral 
Society. 



Harry Stevens Holtze 
Architectural .Engineering Sioux City, Iowa 

Architectural Club. 



Charles Vernon Holmes 

l.ilicral Arts and Sciences. Science M ante no 



Gold Samuel IIopkins, SN 

Commerce, Business 
Kti Klux Klan. 



Champaign 



Placido Ramos Vasquez Hummel, <t-V2 

Medicine II isconsiu 



Dorothy Stewart IIokmkl, KKT 

/. literal Arts and Sciences ll'ichita, Kansas 

Alethenai Literary Society; Secretary. V. \Y. C. A. 



KlYOSHJ 1 loKIft HI 
Dentistry 

D.D.S. Degree, Tokio Dental college. 



Kioto, Japan 



Susan Eunici Hosford, ASA 
Liberal Irts and Sciences, Household Science Geneseo 

Illiola Literary Society; Household Science Club; Senior lllinae. 
Entered from Rockford College. 



( )LIVE 1 h VNI I Ink mil, KK1' 
Liberal Arts and Sciences II icliita. Kansas 

Alethenai Literary Society; Scribblers' Club, President (4)j 

Illinois Magazine Stall I .i I ; Y. \Y. C, A. Cabinet (4), 



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Charles Francis Hough, -X, <i>a<i>. ae<p 

Law Danvers 



Waldern Henry Hough, X^, 2T 
Architectural Engineering Oak Park 

Scarab; Ku Klux Klan; Helmet; Junior Smoker Committee; 
Captain in University Brigade (4), Lieutenant (3). 



I KM A L. HOUSER 
Liberal Arts and Sciences Farmer City 

Athenean Literary Sociey; Classical Club; Der Deutsche Ve- 
rein; Basketball (2). 



Charles Ralph Howe 
Agriculture 

Class Football (2), (4). 



William Thomas Howe 
Agi ii a II a re 
Class Football (2), (3), (4). 



/:/('( trii ill I ngineei ing 



Zen Hsieh 



Champaign 



Champaign 



Besmi, China 



Willis Wilkinson Hubbarh, BOn 
Architectural Engineering Chicago 

Scarab; Architectural Club; Business Manager Architectural 
Year Book (4). 



Chari.es Thurman Hufford 
Agricultw e Cat mi 

Ag Club; Country Life Club; Illinois Society of Agronomy. 



Martin Collins Hughes, II KN 
Electrical Engineering Berwyn 

Electrical Engineering Society; Wrestling Team (2), (3), (4); 
Senior I Lit Committee; Lieutenant and Adjutant in the Univer- 
sity Brigade 14); Entered from Simpson College. 



Kenneth Blain Humphrey 

Electrical Engineering Waterloo, Wisconsin 




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Charles Everett Hungerford, Triangle, 2T 

Municipal and Sanitary Engineering Loda 

University Hand (1), (2), (3), (4), Business Manager (4). 



Robert Ingersoll 1 Iumphrey, A2A 
Dentistry Chicago 



Gerald Charles Hunt, AT, <I>P2 
Medicine Des Moines, Iowa 



Frank Sumner Hint 

Ceramic Engineering North Brookficld, Massachusetts 

Keramos; Ceramics Club. 



Homer Irving Huntington, AI'P 

Agriculture Chicago 

Ag Club; Pliilomatliean Literary Society; University Choral 
Society (1). (2), (3), (4); Agricultural Club, (dee Club; Varsity 
Track Squad (2); Class Track (3), (4); Junior Prom Commit- 
tee: Sophomore Picnic Chairman; Class Secretary (2). 

Leslie Lyman Hunt 
Agriculture ^ Sparland 

Farm House; Agricultural Club; Hoof and Horn Club. 



Medicine 



Arshaver Antreas Ignatius 



Armenia 



Oliver Cromwell Kemp Hutchinson, IITS, -T 
Mechanical Engineering Menominee, Michigan 

Scabbard and Blade; Ionian Literary Society; Student Branch, 
A. S. M. E.; Rifle Team (2); Shop Manager. M. E. Open House 
(4i; Captain and Regimental Quartermaster in the University 
Brigade. 



I [ORACE BALLOU I Xt.Ai.i.s. AI'P 
. Igriculture I 'rbana 

Ag Club; Floricultural Club. 



Oliver Stapp I m es 

//,■, () ii ii/ /: ngineering 

Senior Hat Committee. 



Mat fiilb 



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Sherman Ingels 

Landscape Gardening LaFayette 

University Landscape Architects' Society; First Regiment 
Band (1), (2), (3), (4). 



Charles Harold Jackman, TBII, IIT2 

Mechanical Engineering Elgin 

Engineering Basketball Team (3); Sophomore Picnic Commit- 
tee; Junior Smoker Committee. 



Clarence August Jacobson, *X 

Medicine Chicago 



Medicine 



Medit ine 



Leo Jacop, Jacobson 



Walter J. Jaracz 



Chicago 



Indiana 



Robert Jarnagin 
Law Shelbvville 

Class Basketball (1), (2), (3); Class Baseball (1), (2). 



Rowling Jarvis 
Electrical Engineering 

Military Ball Committee (2). 



Hinsdale 



Daniel William Jeffries, N2N 
Medicine Marietta 

Class Vice-President. 



Dentistry 



Vladimir Justus Jelen 



Bohemia 



Carson Gary Jennings 
Civil Engineering Carlinville 

Bushnell Guild; Captain in University Brigade; Preliminary 
Honors. 



*™fo£jjr. 




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Dentistry 



Music 

iieneva Club. 



Jacob Jesser 



Florence May Jekvis 



Dentistry 



Eari.e Edward Johnson, ASA 



Charles Leo Jez 

Agriculture 

Floricultural Club; Preliminary Honors. 



Chicago 



Champaign 



Nebraska 



Chicago 



Ernest Garfield Johnson. ASA 

Dentistry Minnesota 

Treasurer of the Senior Class. 



Edna Louise Johnson 

Libera! Arts and Sciences, General Science 



Brimfield 



Maurice Carl Johnson, TBII, ST, IIT2 

Mechanical Engineering Omaha, Nebraska 

Scabbard and Blade; Ionian Literary Sociey, Vice-President 
(4); Student Branch, A. S. M. E., Secretary (4); Senior Memo- 
rial Committee; Captain in University Brigade (4); Preliminary 
Honors. 



Mary Fern Johnson, Achoth 

Liberal Arts and Sciences Urbana 

Athenean Literary Society; Deutscher Verein; Second Cabinet 
Y. W. C. A. (2), First Cabinet (3), (4). 



Dwight Irwin Johnston, <I>2K, \\\-V 

Commerce, Business Seymour 



Maynakd Wayne Johnson, 2AE, BP2 
Commerce, Business Casey 



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David Robert Jones, Acanthus 
Civil Engineering 

Civil Engineering Society. 



Streati r 



J. Russell Jones, Ben, AK* 

Commerce, Business Springfield 

Ma-Wan- Da; Member of Athletic Board of Control; Assistant 
Manager [nterscholastic (3); Manager 1916 Interscholastic ; 
Sophomore Cotillion Committee; Home-Coming Committee 1.4). 



Paul Clifford Jones 
Electrical I . ngincei ing 



Henry 



Mildred Joyner 
Liberal Arts and Sciences Harrisburg 

First Council of Woman'-. League; Hockey (4). 



Louis Frederic Jungkunz, 2AE, Brs, AK+ 
Commerce, Business Freeport 

Commercial Club; Kit Klux Klan. 



Mw J. Radinsky 
Railway Civil Engineering Chicago 

Railway Club; Civil Engineering Club; Menorali. 



Thomas Debenham Kalhert 

Agi 'n nil urc Carlyle 

Ag Club; Agronomy Society. 



Rufus Maurice Kamm, <l»AT 

Liberal .his and Sciences, Chemistry Highland 

Rifle Club; Gymnastic Team (1). (2), (3), Captain (4); Class 
Baseball (1); Indoor Rifle Team (2), (3), (4i; Outdoor Rifle 
Team (J). (3), (4); Winner Outdoor Rifle Competition (3); 
Client Club. 



\\ [lbuh Fred Kamm 

Liberal .Iris an, I Sciences, Chemistry Highland 

Rifle Club; Class Baseball M), (2), (3), (4); Class Basket- 
hall (2); Rifle Team (2), (3). 



Robert Clair Kane, HKN 
Electrical I ngineei ing 



Warren 



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•eniors 



. Igriculture 
Ag Huh. 



Alva Hugo Karraker 



Dongola 



James Kantor 
Electrical Engineering Chicago 

First Regiment Band (3), (4); Electrical Engineering Society. 



Harry B. Katz, A<I>2 



Medicine 



Cliicago 



William Henry Kasten 

Agriculture Schenectady, N. York 

Captain and Adjutant in the University Brigade (4). 



Sakae Keitoku 

Liberal Arts and Sciences Fukushima, lafan 



Walter Moore Keach, SX, IinP 

Agriculture Crothersville , Indiana 



Henry Phillips Kelley 
Agriculture 

Ag Club; Sophomore Cotillion Committee. 



Elgin 



Arthur K. Keller, Triangle 
Civil Engineering Mt. Carmel 



Samuel Adams Kellogg 
Agrii ulture Wheaton 

Choral Society; Ag Club; Hoof and Horn Club; 1915 Del.aval 
Cup, Stock Judging. 



Fred Hanford Kki.i.y, <l>AA, 9NE, AE<I> 
/ aw Mattoon 

Pushball Committee ill; Cotillion Committee (2); Smoker 
Committei (4); Law Scholarship (2), (3). 



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Byron Florence Kenner, KA* 
Mechanical Engineering Glendora, California 



Vernon H. Kern, Acacia, AZ 



Agriculture 



Gays 



Paul Peter Kiessig 
Agriculture, Landscape Gardening Berkeley. California 

Philomathean Literary Society; Manager of The Star Course 
(4). 



Levf.tt Kim mel 



Agriculture 
Ag Club. 



Chauntey 



DeWitt Leonard King, ATQ, IITS 
Mechanical Engineering Tonica 



Medicine 



Ralph King, *X, <£AK 



Olney 



Vivian King, KA0 

Liberal Arts and Sciences, Household Science 



Illiola Literary Society. 



Richmond. Indiana 



Sidney Dale Kirkpatrick, 9AX, AX2, *AT, SAX, AE* 

Liberal Arts and Sciences, Chemical Engineering Urbana 

Ma-Wan-Da; Editor of 1916 Illio; Editorial Staff of 1915 
Illio (2); Senior Editor of 1917 Illio; Editor of Illinois 
Chemist (4); American Chemical Society; Chemical Club; Soph- 
omore Cotillion Committee; Military Ball Committee (2); Class 
Scrap Committee (1), (2); Home-Coming Committees (2), (3), 
(4); Senior Invitation Committee; Preliminary Honors. 

Robert Herman Klamit, Cosmopolitan Club 

Agriculture Chicago 

Loyante; Ag Club; Deutscher Verein; Philomathean Literary 
Society; Illinois Drama Federation; Illinois Magazine (3); 
Chairman Junior Smoker Committee (3); Governing Board of 
the Illinois Drama Federation; President of the Deutscher 
Verein (3); German Play (3), (4). 



Frances Grace Klank, KAG 



Liberal Arts and Sciences 

Yo-Ma; Senior Memorial Committee; 
Illinae. 



Champaign 
Vice-President Junior 




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Emma Adele Kleinau 

Liberal Arts and Sciences Bloomington 



Carrol A. Klein, ZBT 

Engineering, Architecture Davenport, Iowa 

Architectural Club; Siren Staff (3); Art Editor of Siren (4). 



Paul Kennf.th Knight, 4>A0, BrS 

Commerce, Business Wabash, Indiana 



Charles Gorr Klopp, TBn, TTT2 

Mechanical Engineering Streator 

Preliminary Honors; Student Branch of A. S. M. E. 



Medicine 



Herman Carl Koch 



Cary Lee Knodle 

Mechanical Engineering 



Harvard 



Elgin 



Cornelius Walter Koebele 

Civil Engineering Chicago Heights 

Civil Engineering Society. 



Lawrence Martin Koch; Ph. G. 

Dentistry I. a Forte. Indiana 



Frank Alexander Kopp, Acanthus 

Liberal Arts and Sciences, Science BloominQton 

Tribe of the Illini; Chem Club; Freshman Varsity Track 
and Basketball; Varsity Track (2); Class Basketball Manager 
I 2 I ; Cadet Hop Committee (2); Chairman Junior Cap Com- 
mittee; Lieutenant in the University Brigade (3). 

Henry Miciikai. Roll 
Electrical Engineering Chicago 

Spaulding Guild; Electrical Engineering Society; American 
Society of Electrical Engineers; President Spaulding Guild *n. 




eraors 



Frieda Elizabeth Korth, AAII 

Liberal Arts and Sciences Trivoli 

Des Deutsche Verein; Y. W. C. A. "Know Your City" Com- 
mittee (2); Finance Committee (3). 



Agnes Rose Koupal 

Liberal Arts and Sciences, Household Science 

Crown Point, Indiana 
Household Science Club; (Iregorian Literary Society; First 
Student Council; Y. W. C. A. First Cahinet (3), (4). 



Louis B. Kousnetz 



Dentistry 



Illinois 



Garabet Hovannes -Kouyoumiam 

Electrical Engineering Everek, Armenia 



Arthur Endres Kraeckmann 
Agriculture 

Glee and Mandolin Club (3), (4). 



Chicago 



Wilbur Edward Krebs, A£<p, <M<I> 
Law Belleville 

Ma-Wan-Da; Ku Klux Klan; Helmet; Egyptian Club; Fresh- 
man Varsity Baseball; Varsity Baseball (2), (3), (4); Home- 
Coming Committee (3). 

Elie Spencer Kriegh, 2AE 

Mechanical Engineering Springfield 

Class Swimming Team (1), (2); Home-Coming Committee 
(3); Military Band (1), (2), (3). 

Richard Walker Kritzer, *rA 
Commerce Chicago 

Ma-Wan-Da; Class Football (2), (3), (4); '916 Illio Staff; 
Daily Illini Staff (2); Manager Varsity Baseball (4); Home- 
Coming Committee (4); Lieutenant in University Brigade (3); 
Orange and Blue Dancing Club. 



Louis Krug, ATO, AXS 

Liberal Arts and Sciences, Chemical Engineering Chicago 

Helmet; Sachem; Freshman Varsity Swimming; Varsity 

Swimming (2), (3); Class Football (1), (2), (3), (4); Staff of 
1916 Illio; Water Polo Captain (4). 



Medicine 



Bernard John Kulasavicz, *BIT 



Michigan 






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HELEN PeAKL Kl'TZENIiERGER, N"2<J> 
Medicine Jerseyville 



Leo Peter Kurt, <I>K 

Mechanical Engineering 



Champaign 



William Stanton Laud 
Agriculture Tayloryille 

Pllilomathean Literary Society; Ag Club; Agronomy Society; 
Country Life Club; Hoof and Horn Club. 



Kate Lai key, *BK, <I>A* 
Liberal Arts and Sciences Lawrenceville 

Aletlienai Literary Society; Bethany Circle; Basketball (1), 
(2), (3), Captain (3); Hockey (3), (4), Captain (4); Woman's 
Athletic Association. 



Max Lam pert 



Medicine 



Chicago 



Lloyd Lamkins 
Agriculture Fairbury 

First lieutenant in University Brigade (3); Lieutenant 
Colonel (4). 

Oral Albert Lansche, Acacia, HKN 

Electrical Engineering Brighton 

Ionian Literary Society, President (4); E. E. Society; Stu- 
dent Union Council (3); Freshman Varsitv Football; Varsity 
Football (2); Varsity Track (2); Water Basketball (2), (3), (4), 
Captain (3); Wrestling Team (2), (3); Home-Coming Commit- 
tee (3). 



Ruth Ellen Lancaster, XU, fcA* 

Liberal Arts and Sciences Maywood 

Woman's League, Vice-President (4); Second Cabinet \. \V. 
C. A. (3); Preliminary Honors. 



Irving X. Larson 
Architectural Engineering I-a Porte, In, liana 



Jess Charles Largi N i 
/; , l, iic, tin al I ngineei in,/ 
Glee and Mandolin Club (1), (2), (3), (4). 



Champaign 




Agriculture 
Ag Club. 



Raymond Victor Larson 

Henderson, Minnesota 



Charlton Page Lathrop 
Agriculture Chicago 

Horticulture Club; Ag Club; Country Life Club; Illinois So- 
ciety of Agronomy. 



Mary Jane Lawless 
Liberal Arts and Sciences 

Treasurer, Senior Illinae. 



Carthage 



Nelson Lawnin, 2X, AK<1> 
Met hanii al Engineering Edwardsville 

Ku Klux Klan; Assistant Interscholastic Manager (3); Home- 
Coming Committee (3), (-1); Chairman Senior Hat Committee; 
Senior Smoker Committee. 



Edgar Alfred Lawrence 
Civil Engineering 

Entered from Lane College. 



Chicago 



Joel William Laws 
Agriculture Donnellson 

Ag Club; Hoof and Horn Club; Country Life Club; Class 
Soccer Team (3); Junior Smoker Committee. 



Law 



Joseph Dale Lawyer 



Tennesse 



Paul Jackson Leach 

Agriculture Macomb 

Glee Club (3), (4); Ag Club; Choral Society <_>>. (3). (4); 
Y. M. C. A. Cabinet (3). 



Leroy William Ledgerwood 
Architectural Engineering Springfield, Missouri 

Preliminary Honors. 



Ellen a Lee, ON 
Agriculture, Household Science Reynold 1 ; 

Illiola Literary Society; Household Science Club; First Cabi- 
net V. W. C. A, 







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Roy Walter Leibsle, SAB 
Architecture Des Moines, Iowa 

Scarab; Architectural Club; Staff of the Architectural Year 
Book (3); Editor of the Architectural Year Book !4). 



Medicine 



Henry Robert Lehsingek, <pX 



Chicago 



Roy Edward LeKander 
Civil Engineering ■ West Chicago 



Wayne Snyder Leighty, TKE 
. Igriculture 

Ag Class Baseball (1), (2), (3). 



Clarence Alonzo Lentz 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 



Billet 



Anna 



Norman Joseph Lenhart, Iris 
Commerce, Accountancy Mattoon 

First Regiment Bantl (1). (2), (3); Glee Club (3). 



Chester William Lenzing, AXS, <pAT 
Chemical Engineering Chicago 

Chem Club; Lieutenant in the University Brigade (3). 



Andrew Henry Lenz, II KX 
Electrical Engineering 
Preliminary Honors. 



I \i OB I '. LlFSCHUTZ 



Medicine 



Earl Emanuel Libman 

/ ngineering, Ceramics 
Ceramics Club. 



(J nine y 



( hicago 



Chicago 



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Irene Liggett, KK1', <I>AM' 

Liberal Arts and Sciences Lain/' Point 

Yo-Ma; Aletlienai Literary Society; President of Woman's 
League (4); Treasurer (3); First Cabinet of Y. \Y. C. A. (2), 
(3). 



Richard Grant Lincoln, v Pfi 

Dentistry Illinois 



Sven Cyril Linder, XA, AX1 
/ ngineering, Ceramics 

Class Association Football Team (3). 



Carril Edna Linnell 

/ iberal .lets ami Sciences 

First Cabinet V. W. C. A. (4). 



. Igi i, nil nve 



Me, In inc 



Clyde Maurice Linsley 



George R. Lipf 



Chicago 



Belvidere 



Fairfield 



Wisconsin 



Andrew Arthur Litscher, A2A 

Dentistry Wisconsin 

Student Council. 



Charles Reeves Little, <M'A 

Commerce, Business 1 'ninth. Mimics, da 

Ma-Wan-Da; Class Football (1), (2). (3), (4), Captain (3); 
President Athletic Association (4); Chairman Home-Coming 
Program Committee; Assistant Manager Post Exam Jubilee. 



Ruth Flagg Livesay 

/ iberal Arts and Sciences 
Gregorian Literary Society. 



John Oras Long 

I. iberal .-Iris and Sciences 
Adelpbic Literary Society, 



East SI. I., mi 



Watseka 




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\gri, ullure 
Ag i lub. 



C l.lll nun S HARON Lovi , Ml' 



Sidney 



1 [arold Be n jam i \ l.ui/ 
Architectural I ngineering Madison, Indiana 

I first Regimenl Band i l ), (2), (3), (4). 



Chi Tsing Li 
Minimi l ngineering Kiangsi, China 

Chinese Students' Club; American Mining Society; Entered 
from University of Pittsburgh. 



Louis C. Lowen i hal 



Dentistt y 



Chicago 



Lester John Ludwig, Cosmopolitan Club 
i 'ommerce Ottawa 

I'liiliimathean Literary Society; Des Deutsche Verein; Commer- 
cial Club: Cast "Flachsman als Erzicher"; Business Manager 
"Alt Heidelberg". 

Benjamin Edward Ludvik 
Liberal Arts and Sciences Chicago 

Class Basketball (I); Class Soccer (3); Cadet Hop Committee 
(2). 

Leslie Robert Lumley, AA2 
Agriculture I 'rbana 

Scabbard and Blade; Loyante; Philomathean Literary So- 
ciety; Agricultural Vice-President Illinois Student Union; Class 
Basketball 11); Advertising Manager Illinois Magazine; Sack- 
Rush Committee (2); Sophomore Picnic Committee; Junior 
Cap Committee; Junior Prom Committee; llome-Coming Com- 
mittee l.i I. (4); Class President (2); Captain in University 
Brigade (4 1; Drum Major Second Band (2), (3). 

Harold McLean Lumley 

I'/i i< nihil c Urbana 

Loyante; Ag Club; Junior Smoker Committee; Sophomore 
Hat Committee; Junior Hat Committee. 



. I'/i i, nllni 



( rEORGE Rl< HARD Lunde 



Merle Francis Lummi 

Liberal . h ts and Si iences 



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Quincy 




e mors 



Andrew Victor Theodore Lundgren 

Architectural Engineering Red Oak, Ioiva 



Bruno Augustus Lungmus 



\l r,iu 'me 



Erfurt, Get man y 



Richard Dana Lyman 
Agriculture Chicago 

Ag Club; Hoof and Horn Club; Horticulture Club, Treas- 
urer (3); Illinois Society of Agronomy; Country Life Club; 
Chairman of Committee on Reception to Illinois Grain Dealers' 
Association (3); Entered from Harvard University. 



John Boyd Lyon, AX2 
/ ngineering , Ceramics 
Keramos. 



La Haifa 



Carrie Fay Lyons 

Liberal Arts and Sciences, Household Science Greenup 

Country Life Club; Captain Self-Government Club (3), (4). 



Hazel Sibyl Ly'ons 
Liberal Arts and Sciences i Urbana 

Deutscher Verein; Menorah; Gregorian Literary Society. 



May Elizabeth McAdams 

Agriculture, Landscape Architecture Chicago 

Alethenai Literary Society; Woman's Athletic Association. 



Leo Gay McAfee 



Commerce, Business 
Preliminary Honors. 



Springfield 



Miles John McClelland. TKE 
Architectural Engineering Boise, Idaho 

First Regiment Band (1), (2), (3), (4), President (4) Uni- 
versity Orchestra (1) ; Architectural Club. 



Winifred McClure 
Liberal Arts and Sciences, Household Science Chrisman 

Household Science Club; Y. W. C. A. Cabinet; Member Se- 
nior Council; Senior Memorial Committee; Secretary, Senior 
Illinae; Secretary, Woman's League, 










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Josj I'll Humi Mc( !orma< k, at 

Liberal Irts and Sciences, ( hemical Engineering 
Chemistry Club. 



Dentist) \ 



Charles J. McCordell 



I. a Salle 



Chicago 



Wendell Kemp McCracken, •Hi*]', AK^ 

i ommei i e, Business Paxton 

Ma-Wan-Da; Sachem; Ku Klux Klan; Lambkins; Glee and 
Mandolin Club (2, (3), (4), Secretary-Treasurer (3); President 
Illinois Union (4;; Junior Councilman (3); Gridiron Club. 



Alva Elisha McCoy 

. Igriculture Altamont 

American Society of Agronomy; Illinois Society of Agronomy; 
Ag Club; Preliminary Honors. 



William Thomas McElveen, Jr., X<I>, AK^ 
Commerce, Business Evanston 

Sachem; Junior Councilman; Commercial Club; Freshman 
Varsity Football (2); Freshman Varsity Swimming (2); En- 
tered from Dartmouth College. 



Charles William McCumber, 2AE 

Architectural Engineering Chicago 

Scarab; Scabbard and Blade; Cadet Hop Committee (4); 
Major in University Brigade (4). 



Medit ine 



Ruth McGuire, AHA, AEI 



Iowa 



Dumas VanDeren McFall 

Liberal Arts and Sciences, Law Mattoon 

Innes of Court; Pan Hellenic Council (3), (4); Home-Com- 
ing Committee (4); Senior Smoker Committee; Gridiron Danc- 
ing Club; L. A. & S. Vice-President Illinois Union. 



Joseph Moore McKeon, Triangle 
Municipal and Sanitary Engineering Buffalo, New York 



Fr \\i es |ean McInnes 

Igri, nil in c 
W an's Athletic Association. 



Urbana 




emior. 



Harry Woodington McKechnie, ATA 
Liberal Arts and Sciences New York 

Scarab; Scabbard and Blade; Nortli Atlantic Club; Captain in 
University Brigade (4). 



Alexander Paul Macdonald, Jr., AKE, ATP, AZ 

Agriculture Morris 

Ma-Wan-Da; Freshman Varsity Swimming Team; Varsity 
Swimming Team (2), (3), (-1); Captain Varsity Swimming 
Team (4); Preliminary Honors. 



Helen Louise Madden, MKA, «I>A»P 
•il Arts and Sciences Jacksonville 

Athenean Literary Society; Choral Society. 



Harry Samuel Mahood 
I ngineering Mount Can,:/! 

Civil Engineering Society, Treasurer (3), President (4). 



Pauline Germaine Maloit 

al Arts and Sciences 
Girls' Senior Hat Committee. 



Eltnhurst 



Aniceto Ylagan Mandanas 
Medicine Bauan, Batangas, Philippines 



Medic 



Juan Sixto March an, *X 



Porto A 1 ',.. 



Hazel Frances Marks, AX!», <IA* 

Liberal Arts and Sciences Plymouth. Indiana 

Alethenai Literary Society. Secretary (it. Vice-President (4); 
Scribblers' Club (3), Secretary (4); Women's Athletic Associa- 
tion (3); Basketball (2), (3), (4). Championship (2); Hockey 
(2), (.5). i-l). Championship (4); Senior Invitation Committee; 
, i . W. C. A. Social Committee (2), (3); Senior Illinae Nomi- 
nating Committee (4); Entered from Indiana University. 



i otnme 



Business 



Fay Waldo Martin 



Mount Carmel 



Arthur Helgeson Mason, AT 

Commerce, Accountancy Vrbana 

Ma-Wan-Da; Sachem; Tribe of Illini; Freshman Varsity 
I rack; Freshman Varsity Cross-Country ; Varsity Track (2), 
(3), (4), Captain (4); Varsity Cross-Country (4); Class Treas- 
urer (2). 



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/I 'oshington, Iowa 



Ross Seguine Mason 
Mechanical Engineering Buda 

Scabbard and Blade; Student Branch A. S. M. E.; University 
Rifle Club; Class Baseball <l>, i_M; Manager Senior Engineer- 
ing Baseball (4); Cadet Hop Committee Ml; Home-Coming 
I inance ( ommittee (4); Major in University lirigaile; Military 
Band (2), (3), (4); National Reserve Corps. 



Cora Arminta Matthews, N2<p 

Medicine Moundville, Missouri 



Howard Wilson Mateer, Acacia 

I lei 1 1 1, al I ngineei ing Rutland 

Electrical Engineering Society; Class Basketball Team (3). 



Hugh Nelson Mavor 

Engineering, Architecture La Grange 



Leo Joseph Mattingly 
Engineering, Architecture Champaign 



Arthur Edward Mealiff, ATP 
Agriculture Chicago 

Sachem; Junior Prom Committee. 



Hubert Franklin Meacham, $P2 

\iedii ine Oak Park 



Louis Francis Meier, Acacia; A2A 
Dentistry Nebraska 

Secretary of the Senior Class. 



W II BUR Ml IK, <MO 

Commeri e, General Business { 



Carrollton 



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W. Benjamin Meisenhelder, Acanthus 

Liberal Arts and Silences, General Science Palestine 

Military Band (1), (2), (3), (4); Class Baseball (1), (3), (4). 



Ollive Myrtle Meneley 

Liberal Arts and Sciences, Music Champaign 

Bethany Circle. 



Louis Edward Mesenkamp 

Liberal Arts and Sciences, General Science Freeport 

Preliminary Honors. 



Arthur Maurice Metzler, *2K, AK^ 

Commerce, Business Champaign 

Helmet; Sachem; College Dancing Club; Class Baseball (1), 
(2), (3); Home-Coming Committee (4); Cast of "A Maid and 
a Myth" (3). 



Carl Theodor Meyer, X*, ^J/M 
Engineering, Architecture 
Architectural Club. 



Springfield 



Russell Ward Millar, <pAT 

Liberal Arts and Sciences, Chemistry Mattoon 

Chemical Club; Captain in University Brigade (4); Ionian 
Literary Society; Board Illinois Chemist (3). 

Daniel Edwin Miller, 2T, IIT2 

Mechanical Engineering Quincy 

Scabbard and Blade; I.oyante; Ionian Literary Society; Stu- 
dent Branch A. S. M. E., Treasurer (3); Treasurer Student 
Union (4); Rifle Club; National Reserve Corps; Class Football 
(1), (3), (4); Varsity Football (2); Class Baseball (1), (2), 
(3); Military Ball Committee (2), (4); Senior Memorial Com- 
mittee; Home-Coming Committee; Major in U T niversity Brigade 
(4). 

Erwin Franklain Miller, Acacia 

Architecture Onaga, Kansas 

Architectural Club; Pan Hellenic Council. 

Fred Raney Miller, TKE 

Liberal Arts and Sciences Gihnan 

Adelphic Literary Society; Daily Illini Staff (1), (2); Manager 
Class Baseball (2); Sophomore Picnic Committee; Military Ball 
Committee (2); Junior Prom Committee; Hobo Band Com- 
mittee. 



Joseph Harrison Miller 

Engineering 

Civil Engineering Society. 



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John Turner Mills, XB, AZ, AA2 

. /./I I, w/ffd I W. .Yd/.// 

\« Club; Hoof and Horn Club; Graphomen; Illinois Agri- 
culturist Stafl l I) (3); Business Manage] (4); Class Baseball 
Managei (2); Ag Dance Committee (3); Preliminary ll.ni.ns. 

GRAI I Mile HELL, 'I'A'I' 
Liberal .\ii\ and Sciences Georgetown, Ohio 

M.isi, and Bauble; llliola Literary Society; Woman's Athletic 
Association; Class Basketball (1), (2), (4); Class Hockey t2>, 
14); Varsity lloikrv Train Hi; Junior Hal Committee; Junior 
Prom Committee; President Junior [llinae; Class Bowling (3); 
Woman's League Advisory Board Mi, (2), (3). 



Lemuel Ernest Minnis 

/./» \i ulture Chicago 

Loyante; Ag Club; (lass Baseball (1); Varsity Track- (2), 
(3), (4); Junior Smoker Committee. 

Harry Mohlman, K2 
. Igt (culture Beardstown 

Pan-Hellenic Council (3), (4); Class Football (1); Sopho- 
more Picnic Committee. 



Medicine 



Reuben* Alvord Moffett, <I>Bn 



Wenona 



William Abxer Moore, 6AX 

Liberal Arts and Sciences. Law Urbana 

Mask and Bauble; Innes of Court; Class Scrap Committee 
(2); Senior Invitation Committee (4); Cast of "The Gentleman 
from Mississippi"; Cast of "The Merry Wives of Windsor". 



Lewis A. Moore, K2 
Agriculture 

Illinois Society of Agronomy. 



Ralph Waldo Morgan, AX2 

Liberal Arts and Sciences, Chemical Engineering 
Chemical Club; American Chemists' Society. 



Humboldt 



Macomb 



Ci~'il Engineering 



Truman P. Moote, Triangle 



Pond Creek, Oklahoma 



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Thomas Sherman Morgan, <I>aa 

Liberal Arts and Sciences, Law Last St. I 

Spaulding Guild; Ionian Literary Society; Egyptian Club; 
limes of Court. 



Leslie Sherman Morrill, TBir, HT2 
Mechanical Engineering Blue Island 

Scabbard and Blade; < ilt- <• (lull (3), (4); Captain in I ni 
versify Brigade (4). 



Olga Fern Moser, Achoth, MKA 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
B.M. degree in 1913. 



Sigel 



Robert Louis Musis, ZBT 
Agriculture l 

Menorah Society; Tribe of the Illini; Varsity Tennis Team 
(2), (3), (4), Captain (4); Junior Smoker Committee; Hume- 
Coming Committee; Interscholastic Committee; Freshman Push- 
ball Committee. 



Lf.ota Irene Mosier. AOIT 
Liberal Arts and Sciences, Household Science 

Household Science Club; Athenean literary Society; 1 914 

Illio Staff; Senior Memorial Committee. 



Julia Louise Mottifr. ON 

Liberal Arts and Sciences. Household Science Gibson City 

Household Science Club; Jamesonian Literary Society; Exec- 
utive Board Woman's League; Country Life Club; Firsl Stu 

dent Council. 



Will Walter Mounts, *rA 

Agriculture Cariinville 



Harry Louis Mueller 

Liberal Arts and Sciences, Chemistry 



Highland 



H. Roli.o Mueller, S*E 

Agriculture Sedgwick. Kansas 

Floricultural Club. 



Herbert Zoller Mueller, AXA 
Electrical Engineering Quincy 






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EvERI I I Fb VN KLIN MuRPHY 
lure Marshall 



Louis Edward Mi i \> 
\l,-, hanii hi I nginet i ing Chicago 

Loyante; Student Branch A. S. M. K.; < lass Football (3), (4); 
Class Baseball (3); Lieutenant University Brigade (3), 



David Reese Murray, X* 

Liberal Irts and Sciences Chicago 

Entered front University of Chicago ami Wisconsin. 



Howard Dawson Murphy, BOIT 

Agriculture Chicago 

lli-lmcl Club; fomitatus; Senior Smoker Committee. 



Conn 



Waldo Ray Myers. *K'* 



Mansfield 



Ruth Isabel Mussenden.AAIT 

Liberal Arts and Sciences, Household Science 

Rosivell. New Mexico 
Mask and Bauble; Cast of "Higher Up" (3J ; Class Hockey, 
(3). 



Medicine 



Fusa Taro NaKaya 



Kyoto, Japan 



Nripendra Kumar Nag, HKN 

Electrical Engineering Baktcrpur, Bengal, India 

Hindustan Association of America; American Institute of 
Electrical Engineers. 



Adolph Lincoln Nelson, ITT2, TBTI 

Mechanical Engineering Galesburg 

Student Branch A. S. M. E.; Author "Cam Designs" pub- 
listed in the "Horseless Age" and "Automobile Frame Design 
and Section Modulus Tables" published in "The Automobile." 



Lucile Needham, *A*, ON 

Liberal Arts and Sciences. Household Sciences Urbana 

Alethenia; Scribblers; Household Science Club; Daily 111 ini 
Staff (4). 



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Olive* John Neslage, X<I> 
Mechanical Engineering St. Louis, Missouri 

Shomeez Club; Freshman Varsity Football; Varsity Football 
Squad (2); Sophomore Picnic Committee. 



Floris Wilson Nichols, Cosmopolitan 

Commerce, Business ' " on 

Adelphic Literary Society; Senior Memorial Committee. 



Rocco Nicro 



Medicine 



Chicago 



Joseph Morgan Noble, TKE, 2AX 

Liberal Arts ami Sciences, Journalism II ichita, Kansas 

Ben Franklin Club; Illini Staff (1), (2); Assistant Editor (3). 



Albert Joseph Nolan, <pK 
Agriculture 

Class Baseball (1), (2), (3), (4). 



Harvard 



Fred Christian Norlin, 0AX, 2T 
Civil Engineering Chicago 

Helmet; Ku Klux Klan; Comitatus; Civil Engineers' Clnb; 
Siren Staff (2), (3), (4), Cireulati..n Manager (4); Senior 
Memorial Committee; Senior Class President. 



Clyde James North, Acacia 
Agriculture (I 'int kester 

Ag Clnb; Adelphic Literary Society; Captain in University 
Brigade (4); Board of Managers of Illinois Agriculturist (4). 



Medicine 



Harry Sims Norton, <pX, <I>AA 



Carlton Frederick Olsen 

Mechanical Engineering 

Varsity Golf (2',, (3), (4). 



Dentistry 



Louis Orlsff 



Pontiac 



Chicago 



Chicago 



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'eniiors 



I ).U III I.I I t)|| 

l/c 'i hanii ai I ngineering 
Military Band (2), (3), (4). 



/'/ ophetstown 



Pauline Theodora Osborne, Achoth, '\>\^v 

Liberal Arts and Sciences i hompaign 

Athenean Literary Society; Second Cabinet Y. W. ('. A. (i), 
First Cabinet i.M. i.d. 



1 1 \kin L. Owen, A2# 
Engineering, Architecture Piano 

Architectural Club; Daily Illini Staff (2); Assistant Editor 
1915 Illio; Senior Memorial Committee; Senior Invitation Com- 
mittee. 



Charles Norton Owen, XA 
Mechanical Engineering Chicago 

Scabbard and Blade; Sophomore Picnic Committee; Junior 
Smoker Committee; Captain in University Brigade (4); Univer- 
sity Orchestra (1), (2), (3), (4); Student Branch A. S. M. E. 



William Love Parish, Triangle, TBII 

Engineering, Architecture Greenfield 

John Beitner Pagin, ATA, AA2, AE<f> 

Mechanical Engineering LaGrange 

Helmet; Freshman Varsity Basketball (1); Class Basketball 
(2), (3), (4); Sophomore Assistant 1915 Illio; Assistant Busi- 
ness Manager 1916 and 1917 Illio; Assistant Business Manager 
Illini (2), (3); Cadet Hop Committee (2); Senior Memorial 
Committee. 



Medicine 



Jacob Paskind, A<I>2 



Chicago 



Kenneth Warren Parkinson 

Agriculture Waverly 

Agronomy Society; Ag Club; Class Baseball (2). 



Adolph Frederick Pauli 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Preliminary Honors. 



Peoria 



MUKAND LALL PatHAK 
Electrical Engineering Dichkote, Puniab, India 




eraors 



Bernice F. Peadro 

Liberal Arts and Sciences Sullivan 

Illiola Literary Society; Classical Club; Entered from Normal 
University. 



Allgot Gustaf Person, ¥Q 

Dentistry 



Eleanor S. Peterson, ON 

Agriculture, Household Science Calei 

V. \V. ('. A. First Cabinet; Household Science t lub. 



Harry Michael Peterson, *A* 

Medicine Chicago 



Medicine 



Ralph Waldo Peterson, <I'X 



William Chandler Peterson, NT 
Architecture North Crystal I ake 

Scarab; Architectural Club; Class Baseball (1): Circulation 

Manager Illinois Magazine (3); Class Baseball Manager (1); 
Military Ball Committee (2); Junior Prom Committee. 



Agriculture 
Ag Club. 



Agriculture 
Ag Club. 



John Francis Picken 



John Pieper, IIO 



Eric Frederick Pihlgard, 2N, TBII, AA2 

Engineering, Architecture Chicago 

Ma-Wan-Da; Scarab; Scabbard and Blade; Ben Franklin 
Club; Gridiron Club; Architectural Club; Ionian Literary So- 
ciety; Class Basketball (1); Illinois Magazine Staff. Circulation 
Manager (2), Business Manager (3); Military Ball Committee 
(2) ; Senior Memorial Committee (4) ; Captain University Brig- 
ade (4) ; Preliminary Honors. 



Fred Theodore Pinkney 

Liberal Arts and Sciences, General Science 




Chicago 



Granite Cit 




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Mr, in ine 



Vl( TOS I'lKO 



ClcElum, II ashington 



Ralph Harrison 1'imi 

Medicine Ithica. Michigan 

President of Y. M. C. A. 



Vl-.I.MA Coe Pletcher, aaii 
Liberal Arts an,/ Sciences, Household Science Rochester, Indiana 
Y. \V. ('. A. Finance Committee (3). 



Harold Le-Moyne Playman 
Dentistry Stevens Point, Wisconsin 

Vice-President of the Senior Class. 



Alexander Hyman Polakow 

Liberal Arts and Sciences, Chemistry Chicago 

Tribe of tlie Illini; Chemical Club; American Chemical So- 
ciety; Varsity Track (2), (3), (4). 



Harold Austin Pogue, ATQ, AK*, BP2 

Commerce, Banking Decatur 

Ma-Wan-Da; Sachem; Helmet; Ku Klux Klan; Trustee Illini 
Publishing Company; Class Football (1); Freshman Varsity 
Track; Varsity Football (2), (3), (4); Varsity Track (2), (3), 
(4); Pushball Committee (1); Senior Hat Committee. 



William Bowker Preston, <bV2. 

Medicine Logan, Utah 



Alvin Fred Preston 



Agriculture 



Montfort, Wisconsin 



Philip Timon Primm 

Agriculture, Landscape Architecture 



James Kelly Primm 
Liberal Arts and Sciences, General Science 



Champaign 



Champaign 



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DuANE WlLLARD PrOI'ST. AKK 
Liberal Arts an, I Sciences, General Science Springfield 

Chemical Club. 



Eugene Francis Pruett, A2* 

. Igi n ulture Kinmundy 

Helmet; Junior Councilman Illinois Union; Junior Prom Com- 
mittee; Class Football (2). 



Irene I'm ma Pulsipher 
Agriculture, Household Science 

Household Science Club. 



Brimfield 



Rlth Quesenberry, II H'l* 
Liberal Arts ami Sciences, Household Science 

Pomona, California 
V. \Y. C. A. First Cabinet (4); Household Science Club. 



Benjamin Harrison Questal, AZ 
Agriculture Car mi 

Farm House; Ag Club; Country Life Club. 



Anita Emma Raab 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 



Belleville 



John Joseph Raffertv 

Mechanical Engineering Chi 

Spaulding Guild; Mechanical Engineering Society; Electrical 
Engineering Society. 



Frank Raffowitz 
Mechanical Engineering 

Menorah Society; Student Branch A. S. M. E. 



Robert Charles Rahn 

Engineer ing, Ceramics 






Chicago 



Claude Raibourn, TKE, Brs 

Commerce, Business Waterloo 

Railway Club; Rifle Club; Commerce Club; Egyptian Club. 






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tin / si mingdalt 

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Uedicint 



William Raim 



William Herberi Reals. ZM$ 



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( 'hicago 



[saac LaGrangj Rati liffe 



( ommet ce Aci ountam u 
Military Hand (2). 



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Dentish v 



1 1 mliluml, Kansas 



Chicago 



Leal Wiley Reese, Cosmopolitan Club, A2P 

/ bi i// ./'7.v mo/ Sciences, Law Pana 

Philomathean Literary Society, President (4); Graphomen; Na- 
tional Reserve Corps; Law Club; Class Swimming Team (1); 
Dope Sheet Staff (1), (2); Iixio Staff (3); Daily Mini Staff 
(1). (2), (3); Editor Summer Mini (3); Board Oratory and De- 
bate (2) J Secretary Northern Oratorical League (3); Military 
Ball Committee (2), (3); Sophomore Smoker Committee; Sopho- 
more Picnic Committee; Junior Cap Committee; Hobo Hand Com- 
mittee; Senior Memorial Committee; Lieutenant and Battalion 
Quartermaster (3), Captain (4; in University Brigade; "County 
Chairman" Cast (1), "Chaplet of Pan" Cast (1), "Higher Up" 
I asl (2); Varsity Debating Team (2). 

Carlyle Rhodes 
Civil Engineering Lovington 

Varsity Football (2), (3), (4). 



George W. Renwick, SX, Tisil 

l/r. hanit al Engineer ing 
Sachem; Helmet; Freshman Varsity Baseball. 



Chicago 



Granville Leroy Rigg, AZ 

. Igt )• nihil e Goldengate 

Country Life Club. President (4); Choral Society; Agromony 
Society; Ag Club. President (4); Agricultural Club Glee Club 
(4); Board of Managers "Illinois Agriculturist"; Hoard of Con- 
trol of the "Students' Agricultural Extension Department". 



Camille Marie Richter 



Dentistry 



Chicago 



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Charles Lawrence Ritts, APX 

Architecture Sparta 

Architectural Club; Captain in University Brigade (4). 



Schuyler Robertson 
Engineering, Ceramics 
Keramos; Ceramic Club. 



Peoria 



Albert William Robinson, <1>VS, Tlill 
Mechanical Engineering Oak Park 

Helmet; Class Basketball (1). i-M, (3), (4); Class Football 
(4); Junior Prom Committee. 



Law 



John Lester Robinson, <1>-VI> 



Ruth Robinson 

Agriculture, Household Science 

Household Science Club; Normal School Club. 



If, u in I 'ernon 



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John Lestrange Rock, *P2 
Medicine Lexington, Oklahoma 

1!. S. and A. B. from University >>i Oklahoma in 1914. 



William Otto Roessler, AIT 
Agriculture Shelbyi ille 



Gardner Spencer Rogers, B9II 

Agriculture, Landscape Architecture Evanston 

U. L. A. S.; Gridiron Dancing Club; Varsity Tennis (3); 
Tribe of lllini; Manager Post-Exam Jubilee (4). 



Harry Thomas Rogers, 3>K* 
Engineering, Architecture Champaign 

Scarab; Lieutenant in University Brigade (3). 



Russell David Rogers 
Engineering, Architecture Pckin 

Congregational Guild; Class Football (3). 



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Fred Andrew Rohn, ai'.x 

/ ngineei ing, /<■ lit. dure I ft«, ajo 

Vrch Club; Manager Class Baseball (2); Senior ll.it Com 
mittee. 



\\ vlter Louis Rohlfing, xh 

llure Groveland 

Class Swimming (3); Junior Prom Committee. 



I [arold Boone Rose, axa 

M et hanii at I ngineei ing 



Frank Philip Rohrer 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 



Urbana 



Gilman 



Kenneth Dwight Ross, TKE, Br2 
( ommerce, Business (,rau,l Island, Nebraska 

Commercial Club; University Orchestra (1), (2); Concert 
Meister (3), (4); Choristers (3), (4); Glee Club; Preliminary 

1 1 s. 



Frank Rosenberg 

/■ ngineering, Ceramics 
Menorah; Ceramics Club. 



Chicago 



Fred Grafton Rounds, APX, T15II 

Engineering, Architecture St. Paul. Minnesota 

Architectural Club; Arch Year Book (3); Entered from Uni- 
versity of Minnesota. 



l ivil I . ngineei ing 



Howard Moore Rotrock 



( '/in ago 



Joseph Alvin Rueff, nxrs 
Mechanical Engineering Oak Park 

Student Branch A. S. M. E. ; Senior Hat Committee; Hobo 
Band Committee. 



Me, In in. 



Samuel Joy Rowland, 23>E, 4>PE 

Sunnyside, II 'ashinglon 



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Mabel Louise Ruehe, mka 
Music 

University Choristers; ( Inn :il Society. 



( 'rbana 



I [oward Edward Rundle 

Railway Electrical Engineering h <n Mountain, Michigan 



Charles Morton Rundles, AXA 
Liberal .iiis and Sciences, Law Huntertown, Indiana 



LoYD Williams Rundles, AXA 
Agriculture, Landscape Gardening Huntertown, Indiana 

1915 Illio Staff; Junior Cap Committee; Senior Stag Com- 
mittee. 



Rov Leslie Rush 

Liberal Arts and Sciences Mesa, Idaho 

Loyante; Adelphic; Glee Club; Choral Society; Mixed Glee 
Club; Illinois Drama Federation; Governing Board of Illinois 
Drama Federation; President of Adelphic (4). 



Louis John Rust, II KX 
Electrical Engineering 

Electrical Engineering Society; Preliminary Honors. 



Pekin 



Freda Irma Samuels 
Liberal Arts and Sciences Chicago 

Alliance Francaise; Le Cercle Francaise; Cast of "l.e Malgre 
Leiu"; Entered from Northwestern University. 

Harriet Adelaide Sanford 

Liberal Arts and Sciences, Household Science Danville 

Household Science Club, Treasurer (4); Class Basketball (1). 

William Elliott Savage 
Liberal Arts and Sciences Belleville 

Mask and Bauble; Philomathean Literary Society; Case of 
"Our Wives" and "Green Stockings"; Medui; Class Basketball 
(1). (._'); Junior Smoker Committee; Captain Sack Scrap (2); 
V. M. C. A. Cabinet (3); K. O. T. B. 

Edgar Frederick Schaefer 

Liberal Arts and Sciences Quincy 

Freshman Varsity Baseball; Class Baseball (3); Senior Memo- 
rial Committee. 







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Gilbert Simon- Si b mjh 

Mechanical Engineering Mendota 

[onian Literary Society; Technograph Board <i> (2); Sopho- 
more Picnic Committee; Senior Memorial Committee; Chairman 
Junioi Entertainment Committee; Chairman Hobo Hand Com- 
mittee; Lieutenant in University Brigade (3j; Class Treasurer 
(2); Student Branch A. S. M. E., Treasurer (4). 

Mil HAIL \\hkl\\ SCHALCK, IIIIP 

. I'/", u U Butler, Kentucky 

Hooi .mil Horn Club; Volunteer Hand. 



Lori.s Herman Schickedanz, IIT2 

Mechanical Engineering Pontiac 

Student Branch A. S. M. E.; President of Technograph Board. 

Ralph Schecter, Cosmopolitan 
Liberal Arts and Sciences Danville 

Philomathean Literary Society; Military Hand (1), (2), (3), 
(4); University Orchestra (1), (2), (3), (4). 



Medicine 



Nathan Samuel Schiff, A*2 



New York 



Ralph Louis St hiesswohl, X<J>, AK^ 

Commerce, Business Chicago 

Varsity Swimming Team (2), (3), (4J; Freshman Swimming 
Team; Junior Entertainment Committee; Captain and Regimen- 
tal Commissary in the University Brigade (4). 



Waldo Lauff Schlueter, <p2K 

Commerce, Business Hast St. Louis 

Helmet; Ku Klux Klan; Lambkins; Sachem; Cheer Leader (3), 

(4); Sophomore Cotillion Committee; Senior Smoker Committee. 



Edward Holmes Schlader 
Railway Electrial Engineering Oak Park 

Electrical Engineering Society; Railway Club, Secretary (3), 
President (4); Technograph Board. 



Karl William Schmidt 
Engineering, Architecture Kansas City. Missouri 



Noah Webster Schlussel 

Dentistry Detroit, Michigan 



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Raymond Stanley Scholl, II!.' 
Agriculture Crafton, Pennsylvania 

Ag Club; Preliminary Honors. 



Don Buel Schuler, nni', TBn 
Engineering, Architecture Wichita, Kansas 

A. 15. Degree Fairmount College 1911. 



Earnest Rudolf Schulz, Cosmopolitan 
Agriculture Chicago 

Floriculture Club; Socialist Study Club. 



William Geor<;e Si iir i 1 1 
Mechanical Engineering 

Varsity Track (J); Class Baseball (3). 



Marseilles 



Agricultu 



Lincoln Bain Scott, OX 

Melrose, Massachusetts 



Robert Ashmore Scott 

. Igi ii ulture 

Comitatus; Loyante; Junior Smoker Committee. 



Dentistry 



Victor Hugo Sears 



Paris 



Chicago 



Herbert Frank Seifert 
Liberal Arts and Sciences Thiensville, Wisconsin 



Arthur George Seifried, 2N, AE* 
Agriculture, Landscape Architecture Chicago 

Scarab; U. L. A. S. ; Assistant Manager Interscholastic Cir- 
cus (3); Photographic Editor 1916 and 1917 Illios; Business 
Manager Dope Sheet (3). 



Medicine 



Abraham Seletz 



Chicago 



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\i;iin r Truman Semple, ati', \v. 

/■;/ i, ulture Ha~cson 

Farm House; Hoof and Horn Club; .\k Club; Preliminary 
Honors, 



William Heine Sellards, SX, ait 

\gnculture ( 'hampaign 

Comitatus; Mask and Bauble. 



James Melvin Severson, N2N 
Medicine Decrfichl, Wisconsin 



Lyle Elwood Severance 
Agriculture Lansing, Michigan 



Rolla Flemming Shaffer 
Igi u nh n> i- J effersonville 

Ag Club; Hoof and Horn Club; Senior Memorial Committee. 



Mae Magdolen Sexauer, KKT 

Liberal Arts and Sciences Belvidere 

Alethenai; Mask and Bauble; Cast "Gentleman from Missis- 
sippi;;, "Higher Up", "Our Wives", "Green Stockings". 



Edwin Shelby, Jr., VA' 

Civil Engineering Louisiana 

Scabbard and Blade; Ku Klux Klan; Dixie Club; Student 

Colonel in University Brigade (4); Military Editor of Illio (3). 



A. Vernon Sheetz 



Commerce 



Henry Kellogg Sheldon 
Flectrical Engineering 

Scribblers' Club; Winner of Hazelton Medal. 



Freeport 



Sharpsburg 



Walter William Shelden, Iris, Br2 
Commerce, Business Winnebago 

Scabbard and Blade; Commercial Club; Rifle Club; Grapho- 
men; Class Football (J); Associate Editor Illio (3); Illio 
Staff (2): Military Ball Committee (2); Captain in University 
Brigade (4). 



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John Erwin Shields 
Agriculture Leteist: u « 

Farm House; Hoof and Horn Club; Country Life Club; < ho- 
ral Society; Ag Club. 



Franklin William Shilling 

Commerce, Business Dei aim 

Commercial Club; Entered from James Millikin University. 



James Wright Shoemaker, ^T 

Liberal Arts and Sciences, Journalism Charleston 



Horace Abbott Shonle, <I'AT 

Liberal Arts and Sciences, Chemistry 
Preliminary Honors. 



Medicine 



Roy Davis Short 



Edward Siegfried 

Engineering, Architecture 



Tuscola 



Chicago 



Chicago 



Webb Mellin Siemens, ^K^ 

Architecture St. Joseph. Missouri 

Scarab; Siren Staff (3), (4); Shomeez; Freshman Varsity 
Football. 



Oscar Emil Silbermann 

Civil Engineering Homewood 

Civil Engineering Society; Der Deutsche Verein. 



Willis Irving Silverstein, A*2 

Medicine Chicago 



Theodore Svvitzer Simmons 

Agriculture St. Charles 







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Mary Alice Simpson 

Agriculture, Landscape Architecture 



i hi, ago 



William Henry Simms, }h., ata 

Agrii ulture Gibson ( itv 

Helmet. 



Medicine 



Edward Frank Sladek, AKK 



Herbert Lee Slack 

( ivil I ngineering 

Military Han,! ( !), (2) (, (3), (4). 



Cliicago 



Chicago 



Glenn Calvin Smith 

Agriculture Hobson, Montana 



Charles Eugene Smith, Cosmopolitan 
Civil Engineering Chicago 

Menorah Society; Civil Engineering Society. 



Irene Fern Smith, AGX 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 

American Chemical Society; Chemical Club. 



Red Bud 



Herbert Edgar Smith, 110 

Liberal Arts and Sciences Cobourg, Ontario, Canada 

Transportation Club. 



Lloyd Emerson Smith, N2N 

Medicine Marietta 



Julian Francis Smith 

Liberal Arts and Sciences, Chemistry 
Chemical Club. 



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Champaign 




eraors 



Dent is try 



Pepper Smith, Ai)A 

Fort fatten, North Dakota 



WlLHELMA ZoE SMITH 
Liberal Arts and Sciences Champaign 

Bethany Circle; Student Volunteer Band. 



Raymond Leifei. Snoddy, v pA 

Liberal Arts and Sciences Danville 



Glenn Snyder 

Agriculture Billett 

Egyptian Club; Class Baseball (1), (2), (3), Captain (3). 



Arthur Kern Spiering, 'pPS 
Medicine Wisconsin 



Walter Andrew Stahl, TKE 

Mechanical Engineering Chicago 

Student Branch A. S. M. E.; Indoor Class Basketball (1), (2), 
(3), Captain (3); Outdoor Basketball (2), (3); Junior Enter- 
tainment Committee; Freshman Smoker Committee. 



Alwin Gustav Steinmayer 

Electrical Engineering La Salle 

Electrical Engineering Society; National Reserve Corps; Cap- 
tain in University Brigade (4). 



Reinhard A. J. Steinmayer, 2T 

Engineering, Ceramics La Salle 

Scabbard and Blade; Ceramic Society, Secretary-Treasurer 
(4); National Reserve Corps; Cadet Hop Committee (4); Major 
in University Brigade (4). 



Medicine 



Medicine 



Jacob Stern 



Louis Harry Stern 



South Chicago 



South Chicago 



— '*&*. iters' 

Mm 



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ki i \ Stinson, a a ii 

\g\ iculture, Household Si ietti e 



Champaign 



Edith Hasseltine Stevens, 'run, ST 

Agriculture, Household Science St. Louis. Missouri 



Albert Getten Skim:, Triangle, TBTT 
Engineering, Architecture Chicago 



James Crear Stirton, Tim, ZT 
Civil Engineering Chicago 

Ma-Wan-Da; Tribe of Mini; Loyante; Freshman Varsity 
Track; Varsity Track (2), (3), (4); President of Tribe of 
Illini (4). 



Ray Malcolm Strickland 

Agriculture Urbana 

Ag Club; Efficiency Club; Manager Students' Agricultural 
Extension Department. 



Bernice Elizabeth Stratton, Xfi 

Liberal Arts and Sciences, Household Science Chicago 

Class Basketball (1); Illinois Magazine Staff (3). 



Elmer Henry Stumpf, TKE 

Commerce, Business Chicago 

Commercial Club; Class Basketball Outdoor (1), (2), (3), 
Captain (1), (2); Class Basketball Indoor (1), (2), (3), (4), Cap- 
tain (1); Class Baseball (1), (2), (3), (4). 



William Augustus Strong, 2LT, ATP 

Agriculture, Landscape Arcjiitectnrc Jotiet 

U. L. A. S. 



Dorothy Sutcliffe 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 



Urbana 



Royal Dehm Sundell, TKE, IIT2 

Mechanical Engineering Oneida 

Student Branch A. S. M. E. ; Entered from Knox College. 



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Wilbor Mills Sutherland, <M'A, All' 
Agriculture McNabb 

Ma-Wan-Da; Manager Varsity Football Team (4); Junior 
Cap Committee. 



Frank Howard Sutton, at 
Commerce, General Business t hicago 

Helmet; Junior Cap Committee; Junior Prom Committee. 



Frances Eleanor Swanson 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 



Vrbana 



Norvid Raymond Swanson, XB 

Agriculture St. Cliarles 

Illinois Agriculturist Staff (3); Ag Club. 



Edgar Chessman Swartwout 
Agriculture Elgin 

Ag Club; Agricultural Glee Club; Lieutenant (3); Captain 
and Regimental Commissary in University Brigade (4). 



Lewis Wentworth Swett 
Electrical Engineering 

Electrical Engineering Society. 



Nellie May Swick 
Liberal .tits and Sciences 



Sprin 



Vrbana 



Marguerite Maude Swits, AHA 

Liberal Arts and Seienees Lcrre Haute, Indiana 



Clementine Taggart, KKT 

Liberal Arts and Sciences Woosler, Ohio 



Medicine 



Samuel Jack Taub 



Chicago 



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eraors 




Robert [saa< Terry, -X, ait 

Igriculture Indianapolis, Indiana 

Mask and Bauble. 



Edwin George Taylor, Z$E, <i>ka 

' mmerce, Business Burlington, Iowa 

Adelphic Literary Society; Scribblers; Transferred from Iowa 
Wesleyan College. 



Abner Royce Thomas 

Igi i( ulture Napcr-cille 

Ar Club; Hoof and Horn Club; Graphomen; Managing Editor 
Illinois Agriculturist (4); Reporter Summer Illini (3); Senior 
Memorial Committee. t 



()i.(,.\ Elizabeth Thal 

Liberal Arts ami Sciences Champaign 

Der Deutsche Verein; Gregorian Literary Society; Class 
Hockey (3), (4). 



Maurice Loyd Thomas, *A8 

Electrical Engineering St. Louis, Missouri 

Shomeez; Freshman Varsity Baseball. 



Clair Jokl Thomas 
Agriculture 

Class Baseball (4); Preliminary Honors. 



LaHarpe 



Ralph Raymond Thomas, *Ae, HKN, 2T 

Electrical Engineering St. Louis, Missouri 

Scabbard and Blade; Shomeez Club; Rifle Club; Electrical 
Engineering Society; Technograph Board (3), (4); Editor, (4); 
Military Ball Committee (4); Major and Brigade Adjutant in 
the University Brigade (4) ; Preliminary Honors. 

Polly Elizabeth Thomas 

Liberal Arts and Sciences, Household Science Naperville 

Gregorian Literary Society; Household Science Club; Country 
Life Club, Treasurer (3). 

Frank Hilton Thornk. SN 

Agriculture. Landscape Architecture Berwyn 

Scarab; U. L. A. S.; University Mandolin Club (4); Pan 
Hellenic Council (3), (4); Freshman Class Basketball (1); As- 
sistant Manager Varsity Football (3); Junior Manager Class 
Athletic Board of Control. 

Lillian Maude Thompson, X£2 

Liberal Arts and Sciences, Household Science Chicago 

Le Cercle Francais; Gregorian Literary Society; Class Basket- 
ball (1). (4); Class Hockey (4); Junior Prom Committee; Pan 
Hellenic Council (2), (3), (4); Woman's Athletic Association. 



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mors 



Ian Davis Tiedemann, *X 

Medicine H'ist unsin 



Walter Joseph Tilton, Xli, <I>AT 

Liberal Arts and Sciences, Chemistry Fairmounl 

Military Band (1), (2); Preliminary Honors. 



Medicine 



Russell R. Tomlin, <pX 



Eastoti 



Charles Lewis Tomsu 

Medicine Oklahoma 



Alpha Caroline Tornquist, Achoth 

Liberal Arts and Sciences. Household Science Champaign 

Household Science Club. 



Gladys Annie Treat, r*B 

Agriculture. Household Science Obertin, Ohio 

Senior Hat Committee; Entered from Oberlin College. 



Chester Charles Treischel 

Engineering, Ceramics Kankakee 

Keramos; Ceramics Club; Class Baseball (1); Technograph 
Board. 



Max Ri'dolph Hendrick Treu, Cosmopolitan 

Agriculture Johannesburg, Transvaal, South Africa 

Entered from University of Wisconsin. 



Phil Theodore Troeger 

Agriculture. Landscape Architecture Storm Lake, Iowa 

Scarab; U. L. A. S. 



Opal Winifred Trost, AOII 

Agriculture, Household Science 

Yo Ma; Athenian Literary Society. 



Urbana 










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•emors 




Charles Edgar Trowbridge, Ilus 

Municipal and Sanitary Engineering South Hen, I. Indiana 



Oliver John Troster, Iris, AZ 

Igt it allure Be 11 flower 

Scabbard and Blade; Rifle Club, President (4); National Re- 

servi i orps; Class Basketball (2), (3); (lass Football (4); Mili- 

tary Ball Committee (-t>; Major in University Brigade (4); Uifle 

Team (2), (3), (4). 



Silas Max Trumbo, Hits 

I ngineering, Architecture Pontiac 



Floyd Ki.sworth Troxel 

Mechanical Engineering Minonk 

Student Branch A. S. M. E.; Preliminary Honors. 



Roscoe Winters Upp, ASA 
Dentistry Chicago 

Student Assistant in Operative Technics. 



James Oliver Tupper, X^ 

. Igi {culture Woodstock 

Hoof and Horn Club; Country Life Club; Ag Club; Fresh- 
man Varsity Football; Varsity Football (2). 



Gerry Christopher Vandenboom, IIT2 

Mechanical Engineering Champaign 

Loyante; Student Council; Student Branch A. S. M. £., 
President (4); Junior Entertainment Committee; Senior Invita- 
tion Committee. 



Charlotte Octavia Urbain, 2K 

Liberal Arts and Sciences, Household Science 
Class Basketball (3), (4); Hockey Team. 



DuQuoin 



Francis Marion Van Natter, IIO 

"Liberal Arts and Sciences, General Science Muncie, Indiana 

Adelphic Literary Society; Fencing Team (2), (3), (4), Cap- 
tain (3). Amateur Assistant (4); Senior Invitation Committee; 
lieutenant Colonel in University Brigade (4); Y. M. C. A. 
Cabinet (4); Cast of "Much Ado About Nothing". 



Elliott Dudley Van Frank 

Engineering, Architecture Rialto, California 



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Rodman Fleming Vansant, AKE. AIT 
Agriculture Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 

Mandolin Club (3), (4), Manager (4); Illini Staff (2) Home- 
Coining Committee. 



Mardiros Bedros Vartanian 
Medicine Armenia 



Myra Vaughn, ahx 

Liberal Arts ami Sciences, Household Science 

F.Ik Mound, II' 
(Iregorian I iterary Society. 



Fred Nathaniel Vibelius, HO, THII 

Engineering, Architecture Joliet 

Scabbard and Blade; Architectural Club; Assistant Editor 1916 
Architectural Year Book; First Lieutenant (3), Captain (4) 
in University Brigade; Preliminary Honors. 



Ralph 1 [oyt Vial, TKE 

Agriculture La I 



Herbert Louis Voigt. AXA 



Structural Civil Engineering 



Chicago 



Louis Francis Waldmann, *n, K-B 

Medicine Omal . 



George William Walker 

Agriculture Mackinaw 



J. Gkai e Walker 
Liberal Arts ami Sciences Cicero 

Entered from Northern Illinois State Normal School. 



Lewis Bryant Wallace 

Commerce, General Business Home 







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mm 



•eniors 




Emii.if. Ida Walz 
Liberal Arts and Sciences Danville 

Der Deutsche Vcrcin. Vic< President (3), Assistant Treasurer 
(4); Le Cercle Francais. 



Wesley Burnham Walraven 

Civil I ngineei ing Centralia 

Class Baseball (1), (2), (3), mi; Class Basketball (1); Sen- 
ior Hobo Band Committee. 



Amy Ward, AAIT 

Liberal Arts and Sciences, Household Science El Paso 

Gregorian Literary Society; Junior Illinae Hat Committee; 
Junior Invitation Committee. 



. /'/' it ulture 



Te Chano Wan(; 



Soochow, China 



John Wesley Watson, '/A', ATP 

- /</' ii ulture DeKalb 

Ma-Wan-Da; Sachem; Tribe of Illini; Freshman Varsity Foot- 
ball; Varsity Football (2), (3), (4), Captain (4): Varsity Bas- 
ketball <_>>; 1916 Iixio StaTt; President of V. M. C. A. (4); Pre- 
liminary Honors. 



Harper McDill Warnock, AZ 

Agriculture Little York 

Ag Club. 



Jasper Kent Webb 
Agriculture 

B. S. Degree, Carthage College, 1914. 



Niota 



Lelia Ei.ta Watson, <I>A^' 

Liberal Arts and Sciences, Household Science Champaign 

Atbenean Literary Society; Household Science Club; Y. W. 
C. A. Cabinet (J), ( 3 ) ; Vice-President Y. W. C. A. (3), (4); 
First Council Woman's League (4). 



Athol Horatio Wedge, <pX 



Medii ine 



Chicago 



Gertrude T. Weber, <i'A v l' 

Liberal Arts and Sciences. General Science Olncy 

Athenean Literary Society; Spalding Cuild; President Woman's 
Athletic Association (41: Class Basketball (1), (2), (3), (4), 
Captain (I); Class Hockey (3), (41. Captain (3>; Senior Memo 
rial Committee; Senior Invitation Committee; President Senior 
Illinae; Preliminary Honors. 



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Edward Grover Weiler, HKN 
Electrical Engineering West Salem, Ohio 

Military Band (3); Electrical Engineering Society; Entered 
from Wooster College. 



Flora Jane Weinberg. AAA 

Liberal Arts ami Sciences, Household Science Rushville 



Emil Hjalmer Westland, X* 
Commerce, General Business Chicago 



Hazel Dea n W h e ato n 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Entered from Knox College. 



Galesburg 



Mar.y Elzabeth Wheelhouse, HIM' 

Liberal Arts and Sciences Dccati, 

Vo Ma; Atlienean Literary Society. 



Helen Katherine Whipple, KA9 

Liberal Arts and Sciences Medina. Veit York 

Illiola Literary Society. 



Helen Margaret Whitchurch 

Agriculture, Household Science Salem 

Illiola Literary Society; Household Science Club. 



Frank H. White, Jr. 

Electrical Engineering Chicago 

Electrical Engineering Society; Student Branch A. I. E. E.; 
Varsity Golf (2), IS), (4); Class Soccer (3). 



George Richard White, Triangle 
Engineering, Architecture Buffalo, New York 



Commerce, Business 



L. Evangeline White 



Urban a 







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lemiors 



GUYON ( \l I W'll I II, IV. 'I'M', A KM' 

Commerce, Business Webster City, Iowa 



Phares Lemar White 
Railway Mechanical Engineering Oxford, Indiana 

Railway Club; I. A. A.; Student Branch A, S. M. !■'.. 



Harold Edwin Willson 
Mining Engineering Glen Jean, West Virginia 

President Mining Society Mi; Member of Technograph Board 

(4). 

Home-Coming Committee (4). 



Law 

t omitatns. 



Joe Wihtnkl, <IA'I> 



East St. Louis 



Harry Hults Wilson, NZN 
Medicine Iuwa 



Alfred David Wilson 
. Igriculture 

Ag Club; Hoof and Horn Club. 



McNabb 



Isabella Chilton Wilson. AT, ON 
Liberal Arts and Sciences, Household Science 

Arbuckle, West Virginia 
Athenean Literary Society; Household Science Club; Swauee 
Circle; V. YV. C. A. Cabinet (4); Woman's Editor Summer 
Illini (3). 



Helen May Wilson, Ar 

Liberal .his and Sciences 

Entered from University of Chicago. 



Chicago 



Morris Charles Winokur 
Railway Civil Engineering Chicago 

Civil Engineering Society; Railway Engineering Club. 



Marcus Bryed Wilson, NSN, AOA 

Medicine Huron, S,,iil!i Dakota 



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Ingal Ensor Wold, l'>>l» 
Agriculture 

Entered from University of Minnesota. 



Medicine 



Paul J. Wolf, A*i; 



Di.u 



Chicago 



Mitchell Wolter, '/A' 

Liberal Arts and Sciences Moline 

Lambkins; Mask and Bauble, Manager (3), President (4); 

Union Dramatic Club Manager (4); Illinois Drama Federation 
President (4); Dramatic Editor 1916 Im.m>. Editoi Associated 
University Players' Magazine. 

Adeline Wood, Achoth 

Agriculture, Household Science Siii 

Household Science Club; Y. W. C. A. House Committee. 



Max T. Wood, aia 



Dentistry 



Mil higai 



Rachel Margaret Wool.man, at 

.hin, nil inc. Household Science L'rbana 

Household Science Club; First Student Council. 



RlCHARDINE WOOLMAN, *A»I' 

Liberal Arts and Sciences Urbana 

Mask and Bauble; Alethenai Literary Society; Arkansas Club; 
Choral Society; Choristers; Cast of "Higher Up", "The Gentle- 
man from Mississippi", "Our Wives". 

Charles William Wray 

Agriculture Rockfi rd 

Loyante; Cross Country Team (2). (3), (4); Class Presi- 
dent (3). 



Agnes Wright, FIB* 

Liberal Arts and Sciences Charles City, Iowa 

Scribblers Club; Second Cabinet V. W. C. A.; Senior 
Council. 



Douglas Wright, Jr. 
Agriculture Decatur 

Military Band (1), (2), (3), (4); University Orcrestra (1), 
(2), 13), (4); Glee and Mandolin Club (1); Ag Club. 







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■emors 



Josi I'll Fs wki.in Wrigh 

i ommen e, Journalism llton 

Senior Invitation Committee; Senior rial Committee, 



I'.UW AMP I'\l I \\ Kll.ll I 

Civil I ngineei ing Brocton 

Civil Engineering Club; (las-. Baseball Mi. (2), (3). 



Wei-Yoh Wtj 
/ iberal Arts and Sciences, Physics 



flunan, China 



George Alfred Wrisley, -IT. *AT 

Liberal Arts and Sciences, Chemical Engineering Chicago 

Adeplhic Literary Society, President (4); Chemical Club. 



Soichi "I". Yamamoto 

Electrical Engineering Honolulu, Hawaii 

Electrical Engineering Society. 



Ethel Marie Wykle 

Agriculture, Household Science 
Household Science Club. 



Mahomet 



Arthur Charles Zimmerman, M'T, TBI! 
/ nginei i ing, . !i chitecture Peru 

Scarab; Track Manager (41. 



Carl Alfred Zelle, Acacia, AX2, *AT 
Liberal Arts cm, I Sciences, I hemistry Ink-, i ■ !■■ 

Chemical Club; American Chemical Society; Illinois Chemist 
Staff. 




GRANTZ 



BRITTIN 




TURNER KIRKPATRICK 



Junior Class Officers 



First Semester Second Semester 

Raymond L. Grantz... ..President..... ...W. E. Everham 

William A. Brittin Vice-President E. I!. Erickson 

Charles E. Turner Treasurer A. C. W >s, Jr. 

Helen Kirkpatrick Secretary II. \Y. Day 



JUNIOR SMOKER COMMITTEE 
CuRtiss LaQ. Day Chairman 



Thomas C. Browning 
James H. Ticknor 
J. Lafeton Whitney 
Emory G. 1 Iall 
Clarence W. Reulino 
Arthur T. Young 
Leon M. Lindsey 
William E. Everham 
F. Bartlett Macomber 

Paul 11.1 [ein ke 



Waldo 1!. Ames 
Andrew C. Woods 
Ray C. Woods 
Alexander M. Tower 
1 Iarold H. Hensold 
Charles R. Coultas 
Edward B. Erickson 
Frank A. Logan 
Harry A. Kirby 



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Sophomore Class Officers 

First Semester Second Semester 

George Lax don President M. R. Hoffman 

Helene Doty Vice-President ...W. J I. Doersciier 

Staples Treasurer P. Schloss 

Armstrong Sergeant-at-Arms 



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OONLY 



VANDEN BOSCH 




HURLL 



Freshman Class Officers 

First Semester Second Semestei 

G. A. Rooney President J. H. Stevens 

T. E. Lowrey Vice-President ...H. P. Folkers 

J. W. Vanden Bosch Treasurer A. H. Watts 

F. T. 1 [urley Secretary 



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Sophomore Committees 

Sophi imore Cotillion 
k. 1 [. Chamberlain 



( 'liainnan 



J. W. Varner 
R. W. Hum mcei ami 
C. A. Pavey 
E. Brya 
Walter I [ayne 
1 1. Armstrong 



I .. II. (In ISI.IN 
Sott Julian 
1 1 . Boeschenstein 
F, I". Knight 
S. 1). Petter 
C. I.. Starkel 



|. DlETZ 

II. A. Dailey 

F. I). Ball 

L. Jenner 

R. E. Winkleman 

N. E. Mills 



Sophomore Smoker 
R. T. Olmsted Chairman 



T. A. Knobeloch 

I'". ( rODFREY 

R. S. White 
W F. Burke 
|. W. Percival 



I ) \\ . ( iklll I l HS 

C X. Brinkerhoff 
W. C. Butler 
I'. I. Anderson 
I ). Si II uler 



S< MM ic )M( )RE SACK RUSH C< 
C. S. ( Jill 



R. C. Patton 

S. |. GULLEY 

F. II. Miller 

L. J. Westenhaver 

G. I). Snyder 

)MMITTEE 
Chairman 



R. F. Briggs 
C. H. Karkow 

H. TUKEY 

E. V. Neuhauser 
P. L. Armstrong 

F. S. Shy 



L. E. Lou max 
F. Church ill 
!,. W. Borah 
W. R. Lyons 
T. R. Gibson 
O, W. Burgess 



P. SCHLOSS 

I. < J. Thelkeld 

II. E. Barber 

H. H. Carithers 
E. B. Veesering 
]. Moncrieff 



Freshman Committees 



FRESHMAN CONSTITUTION' COMMITTEE 

Eugene Williams Chairman 

Harold Hull L. L. Lawrence Darwin Kirby Garman 

FRESHMAN CI ASS RUSH COMMITTEE 
R. C. Preble Chairman 



Alvin Thurston 
W. M. McGrew 
Harry Rathbun 
I [arold Thomas 
i-/. Heffron 
W. E. Burns 



Ted Motter 
L. J. Alex \nder 
Frank Hayes 
I. V. Walker 
Scott < Jreene 
W. B. Remley 



C. CORMAC 



1 [arold I [aase 
E. L. Simmons 
K. Comstock 
l\o\ Tuttle 
loll N ( 'RABTREE 
T. E. I .OWREY 

'mi. Kelley 



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ORGANIZATIONS 



Pan Hellenic Council 



Organised in kjii 



Delta Tan Delta 

Dumas McFall 
Donald Moffett 

Sigma Chi 

George Renwick 
Dudley Jones 

Kappa Sigma 

Harry Moiilman 
Rorert Burton 

Phi Kappa Sigma 
Nuel Belknap 
IIawley Smith 

Phi Delta Theta 
William Hart 
James Van Meter 

Alpha Tau Omega 
Roger Bronson 
Scott McNulta 

Phi Gamma Delta 

Wilgor Sutherland 
Fritz Fisk 

Sigma Alpha Epsilon 

William Crutchfield 
Henry Cox 

Beta Theta Pi 
John Crebs 
James Tick nor 

Sigma Xu 

Arthur Seifred 

HUMPHRYS SlEGMUND 

Phi Kappa Psi 

Roscoe Andrews 
Walter Laing 



Delta Kappa Epsilon 
Rodman Vansant 
William Savage 

Delta Upsilon 

James Henderson 
Harry Porter 

Theta Delta Chi 

William Ashbeck 
Norman Mallett 

Zeta Psi 

Fdwin Shelby 
Eugene Brazeau 

Phi Sigma Kappa 

Waldo Schlueter 
Frank Logan 

Psi Upsilon 

John Culp 
Eugene Hopkins 

Alpha Delta Phi 

Donald Glover 
Clifford Burton 

Chi Psi 

Robert Zinser 
Clarence Rueling 

Chi Phi 

Edward Block 
Irving Countryman 

Alpha Sigma Phi 
Le Roy Stiles 
Harry Owen 

. Icacia 

Wilbur Pendarvis 
Erwin Miller 



Sigma Pi 
Clarence Fifield 
I )onald Sharer 



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O R G A N I Z A TIONS 



Active Chapters 59 



Delta Tau Delta 

Founded at Bethany College, 1859 
BETA L T PSIL( >N CHAPTER 



Alumni Chapters 35 



Established 1872 

RESIDENT 
William F. Burres, M. D. 
Louis M. Tobin 
Bertram C. Nelson 
V. \\. Ramey 
[ Iakrv Beers 



Colors — Purple, White and Gold 

MEMBERS 

A. G. Stevenson 
Charles B. Taylor 
Curtis C. Seymour 
Royal A. Stipes 
George Ramey 



MEMMKUS IX THE FACULTY 



Kendric Charles Babcock, Ph.D. 
Eugene Davenport, LL.D. 
Ira Osborn Baker, D. Eng. 
Edgar Jerome Townsend, Ph.D. 
Phineas Lawrence Windsor, Ph. D 
Ralph E. Heilman, Ph.D. 



Martin John Prucha, Ph.D. 

Charles Henry Woolbert, A.M. 

Frank Footit, A.B. 

Frank Smith, A. M. 

George Foss Schwartz, Mus.B. 

Fred Clark, M.A. 



MEMBERS IN THE UNIVERSITY 

Graduates 

Ernest Howard Pool, A.B. 



William Henry Simms, Jr. 
John Beitner Pagin 
Fredric Harris Timmerman 

Donald Romain Moffett 
Leon Mason Lindsey 
Ralph Egely Gifford 
George Wellington Stoddard 



Seniors 



Juniors 



Leroy Oliver Grieser 
Edgar Dearborn Wallace 
Dumas Vandaren McFall 

Harlan Brown Graham 
Otis Rowe Manley 
Frank Monteath Judson 
Leonard Hoadley Davis 



Carter Pen n ell Brown 



Richard Harris Chamberlain 
Arthur Lewis Gluek 
Karl Ackerman Burnside 
Joseph Wash i ngton 1 'ercival 



Sophomores 



Carlisle Visscher Allan- 
Donald Chambers Dodds 
Earle Frank Swaim 
Loren Taylor 



Gordon Iludine Gwilliams 



Freshmen 



William Robert Allen- 
Robert Keith Hoskins 
Fredrick Drew Morey 
William Frank Percival 
Wilbur Maurice Burns 
John Wellington Foster 
Kenneth Hopkins Edgerly 



Laurence Jenks Currier 
Robert Walor ( Irieseh 
Clarence Raymond Brown 
I \i ob Paul Sch nellbacher 
( reorge bocock i >itewig 
Harry Lafayette Smitiiers, Jr. 
Edwin Lynn Covey 



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ORGANIZA T IONS 






DITEWIG SWAIM PFRCJVAL C.E.BROWN DODDS GLUEK MOREY R.W.GRIESER SMITHERS BURNSIDE 

EDGERLY COVEY GWILLIAMS C.P.BROWN CURRIER BURNS FOSTER HOSKINS 
ALLEN JUDSON LINDSEY TAYLOR ALLAN GRAHAM MANLEY CHAMBERLAIN DAVIS WALLACE 

MUESSELL SCHNELLBACHER 

STODDARD MOFFETT GIFFORD TIMMERMAN 

POOL PAGIN SIMMS L.O.GRIESER MC FALL 



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O R GA N I Z AT I O N S 



Sigma Chi 



Active Chapters 68 



1 



Founded at Miami University, 1855 



KAPPA KAPPA CHAPTER 



Alumni Chapters 55 



Established May 31, 1881 

RESIDENT 
Frederick Daniel Rugg 
Charles Albert Kiler 
Rorert I )ayiso.\ Burn ham 

( tEORGE McKlNLEV MatTIS 

Francis Thomas Carson 
Frederk k Wan Woody 
Thomas J. Colvin 

\l 1 RED M. 1 >ANELY 

Clyde M clton Matthews 

R. M. Shuett 

Jay Corydon Taylor 

MEMBERS IN 
Charles Russ Richards, M.E. 
James Byrne Shaw, D.S. 
David Hobart Carnahan, l'h.D. 



Colors —Blue and Gold 
MEMBERS 

Lawrence Arthur Glenn 
Chester Richards 
Charles B. Speni er 
Walter Keach 
1 1. Balch 
W. Matthews 
William I. Roysdon 
Virgil Henry Duvai i. 
Joseph G. Nate 
Phillips F. Armour 
Richard Stevens 

THE FACULTY 

Barney S. Radcliffe, M.S. 
Edward * >tto 1 1 euse, l'h.D. 
Terrence ( ). Westhafer, A.B. 



MEMBERS IN THE UNIVERSITY 
Graduates 
Leslie Godfrey George Arthur Allen Odell 



Seniors 



George W. Renwick 
Nelson Lawnin 



Robert I. Terry 
William Heine Sellards 



Charles Francis Hough 



Juniors 



Glenn Warren Robinson 
Allan Adams 
Charles Flannlry 
Howard Walton 



Dudley Jones 
Kenneth Miller 
Walter Stanley 
Sam H. Coile 



Frank ( Godfrey 
James Monroe Sexauer 
har( ill b( >es< 1 1 e x stein 
Tom Leeming 

W 



Sophomores 

Robert Denkman Marshall 
George Eugene S< ott 
wlllard seaton kaufman 
James Xenophon King 

ll.l.IAM I ,ACY ( rLAZIER 



Freshmen 



Arthur Moreland Cleveland 
I .m 1 Ern est Wagner 

I )ONAl I) BRU( I. ( rARRET I 

Frederick William Markijn 
William I ,EWIS Thom PSON 
William Ford Larkin 



Edward Harrison Davison 
Charles Bach max Moore 
I Iarky Wii i.ia.m Bockhoff 
Elmer t 'lifford Roberts 
John Morrissey 
Wilbur Maxwell Carter 



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Ftf.^ 









ROBERTS CLEVELAND WAGNER MORR1SSEY THOMPSON FLANNERY 

GARRETT GODFREY BOCKHOFF STANLEY COILE WALTON JONES 

ADAMS DAVISON MARKLIN KING BOESCHENSTEIN KAUFMAN ROBINSON MILLER 

LARKIN CARTER SEXAUER LEEMING GLAZIER SCOTT MOORE MARSHALL 

SELLARDS LAVVNIN TERRY RENWICK ARMOUR GEORGE HOUGH ODELL 



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ORGANIZATIONS 



Active Chapters 82 



Established 1891 



Fay Morrissey 
Walter Stern 
Newton Harris 
Bert Spalding 
William Monier 
Paul Danley 
George Huff 
Thomas Saunders 
Albert Stern 



Kappa Sigma 

Founded at Virginia University, 186/ 

Alumni Chapters 56 
ALPHA GAMMA CHAPTER 

Colors — Scarlet, White and Emerald Green 
RESIDENT MEMBERS 

Walter Riley 



VV. 



George Fairclo 
John Trevett 
Russel Spalding 
Seeley Gulick 
Simon Ereeman 
Dan Morrissey, Jr. 
J. Woodman Harris 
Floyd Mohlman 
E. C. Clifford 



MEMBERS IN THE FACULTY 



George Huff 

Floyd Mohlman, M.S. 

Herbert Moore, M.E. 



Earl Alden, M.A. 
Earnest Bailey, M.S. 
Charles Bradberry, B.P. 



MEMBERS IN THE UNIVERSITY 



Z. Harry Mohlman 



Harold V. Newlin 
Vernon W. Carr 
Lyle H. Gift 
Charles B. Rowe 

Luke C. Ray 
Clarence L. Doerr 
Norman R. Booth 
Allen G. Butler 



Charles H. Parks 
Harry H. Chapman 
J. Clarence Cormack 
Ben W. Calvin 
O. Clifton Chisum 



Seniors 

Lewis A. Moore 
Amos L. Breneman 

Juniors 

Ralph T. Newlin 
Herbert C. Tiffany 
Clinton A. Pierce 
Robert A. Burton, Jr. 

Sophomores 

Kenneth G. Cooling 
N. Grant Strathern 
Charles H. Hoult 
George Nachtrieb 

Freshmen 

Chester P. Harrah 
Robert P. ITeald 
Ernest L. Malapert 
Robert C. Davies 
Harry R. Shlauderman 
Ivan L. Fisher 



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CALVIN CORMACK MALAPERT CHISUM SCHLAUDERM AN PARKES 

H 1 ALU HARRAH STRATHERN NACHTRIEB FISHER CHAPMAN DAVIES 

BUTLER BOOTH DOERR ROWE PIERCE RAY HOULT COOLING 

H. NEWLIN GIFT CARR MOHLMAN MOORE BRENEMAN BURTON R. NEWLIN TIFFANY 



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Phi Kappa Sigma 



Founded at University of Pennsylvania, 1850 

.ctivc Chapters 29 Alumni Chapters 13 

RHO CHAPTER 

Established 1S92 Colors — Old Gold and Black 

R ES 1 1 ) ENT M EM B ER S 
Fortune Stanley Boggs Alvin Edward I In kins 

George Gerald Goll Leslie Crosby Heknard 

Thomas Edwin Lyons 

MEMBERS IN THE FACULTY 

Arthur Robert Crathorne, Ph.D. Louis Allen Harding, B.S. 
Arthur Cutts Willard, B.S. John William Davis, B.S. 

MEMBERS IN THE UNIVERSITY 

Graduates 
Nuel Dinsmore Belnap, A. II. Richard Greer Flaugher, B.S. 

Seniors 
Allan Douglas Donnell , Erwin Fisher 

Roy Lee Peck Forrest Livingston Haines 

Okla Harold Hershman 

Juniors 
Hawley Lester Smith Wallis Johnson Evans 

Edward Herschel King John Lester Devlin 

Edward Paul Machovec Charles Carlson Canon 

Joseph Edward Logsdon 

Sophomores 
LeRoy John Westenhaver Ralf Cottingham Paddock 

Porter Charles Noble Bennie Hebron Lucy 

Newman Romero Caldwell Jefferson Saunders 

Arthur Aloysius Dailey Hiram Russell Ide 

William Price Withers 

Freshmen 
Julien Walter Devlin Harry William Buckley 

William Wallace White Ralph Paul Benedict 

Paul Maurice Brown Albert Stafford Lowe, Jr. 

IIollis Prescott Drew Chester Lawson Lest 



O R ( ; A N 1ZATI1I X S 






BEST BUCKLEY BENEDICT J.DEVLIN BROWN LUCY 

WHITE NOBLE IDE LOWE DREW WITHERS DAILEV WESTENHAVER 

ROMERO PADDOCK MACHOVEC KING LOGSDON SMITH EVANS I.. DEVLIN SAUNDERS 

FLAUGHER PECK HAINES FISHER BELNAP DONNELL HERSHMAN CANON 



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Phi Delta Theta 



Founded at Miami University, December 26, 18/8 
Active- Chapters 80 Alumni Chapters 105 

ILLINOIS ETA 
Established February /<;, iSyj Colors — Argent and Azure 

RESIDENT MEMBERS 



Ray C. Sparks 
John L. Polk 
C. B. Busey 



C. M. Pearson 

E. S. SwiGERT 

C. B. Warner 
II. A. Amsbary 

MEMBERS IN THE FACULTY 



Evarts Boutell Greene, Ph.D. 
Neil Conwell Brooks, Ph.D. 
William Chandler Bagley, Ph.D. 
Joel Stebbins, Ph.D. 
William Abbott Oldfatiier, Ph.D. 
Warren Albert Ruth, A.M. 



Justa Morris Lindgren, A.M. 
Frank Waldbridge DeWolf, B.S. 
Harrison Edward Cunningham, B.S. 
Charles Hughes Johnson, Ph.D. 
Guy Montrose Whipple, Ph.D. 
George Phillip Tuttle, Jr., B.S. 



LIarry Gardner, M.S. 
MEMBERS IN THE UNIVERSITY 
Seniors 



Rex Carr Eaton 
Wilbur Meek 
William W t ard Hart 



Maurice Loyd Thomas 
Ralph Raymond Thomas 
Harry Havens Almond 
Clarence Kimmel 



Harry Darby, Jr. 
Emory George Hai.i. 
Raymond Lorimer Grantz 
James Bernard Carroll 

Henry Scoville Beardsley 
Rea Lincoln Eaton 
Marion Murphy Hart 
Walter Kilborn Frost 



Juniors 

James Craig YanMeter 
Stephen Meserve Birch 
Charles Dudley Wagstaff 
John Gridley 

Sophomores 

Merton Tanner Straight 
Walter Fred Thies 
Charles Lathrop Bingham 

Niles Easton Mills 



Freshmen 
Nelson Reno Thomas Harry Rowland Rathbun 

George Gerald Waters Lowell Wilson IJartlett 

Charles Smedly Conrad James Leonard Penny 

Harrison Bruce Beavers 



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BARTLETT WATERS RATHBUN N.THOMAS MILLS BEAVERS PENNY 

FROST STRAIGHT R.L.EATON THIES CONRAD M.HART 

BINGHAM BEARDSLEY CARROLL BIRCH HALL VAN METER WAGSTAFF 

GRANTZ MEEK R.THOMAS W.HART R.C.EATON M.THOMAS ALMOND DARBY 



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ORGANIZATIONS 



Alpha Tau Omega 

Founded at Virginia Military Institute, 1865 
Active Chapters 67 
[LLINOIS GAMMA ZETA 
Established May, 1895 Colors — Sky Blue and Gold 



Clarence Johnson 
Eugene Burke 

Asiiton Campbell 
Albert Mulliken 



RESIDENT MEMBERS 



Louis Blume King 
Edwin Flanigan 
Horace Smith Wilson 
James Branch 



MEMBERS IN THE FACULTY 



William F. M. Goss, D.Eng. 
David McFarland, Ph.D. 
Henry Lewis Rietz, Ph.D. 
B. Smith Hopkins, Ph.D. 
Paul William Allen, M.S. 
Nathan Austin Weston, Ph.D. 



Thomas Arkle Clark, A.I!. 

W. H. Wilson, M.A. 

Ernest Reese, Ph.D. 

Harry Franklin Harrington, M.A. 

Franklin William Scott, Ph.D. 

Percy Ash, B.S., C.E. 



MEMBERS IN THE UNIVERSITY 

Seniors 
Harold Austin Pogue Roger Edward Hill 

Roger Beckwith Bronson Louis Gustave Krug 

George Kasson Squier 



Paul McCauley Boston 
McDonald Lovell 
Tom Samuel Browning 
John Howard Powers 

Donald S. P. Atkinson 
Roy Sittig Kroeschell 
Austin Newton Reece 
Scott M. Julian 



Juniors 

Scott McNulta 
Harry Owen Bartlett 
Casper Tyrrell Garth 
Chester Adam Ochs 

Sophomores 

Moffett Barrows Allen- 
Russell Sherman White 
Paul Samuel Wallace 
Lowell E. Gildner 



William Carlton Healy 



Elwyn Leroy Simmons 
Carlos Elmndorph Lyon 
Glen William Frede 
Hugh Wake Cross 
I Iarky Toothaker 



Freshmen 



Howard Tnman McBride 
James Carroll King 
Daniel Victor Snyder 
James Walter Lamont 
John Cornelius Pierik 



( ) R G A NIZATIONS 






HEALEY PIERIK MC BRIDE FREDE LYON SIMMONS KING 

LAMONT ATKINSON SNYDER REECE JULIAN CROSS TOOTHAKER OCHS 

WHITE BARTLETT GILDNER MC NULTA GARTH POWERS WALLACE KROESCHEL ALLEN 

LOVEIX KRUG POGUE BRONSON HILL SQUIER BROWNING BOSTON 



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R GA N 1 Z AT IONS 



Phi Gamma Delta 



Founded at Jefferson College, 1848 
Active Chapters 59 Alumni Chapters 32 

CM I K >TA 
Established October 15, i8p? Color Purple 



James C. Thorpe 
[ohn \\ . Wetmore 



RESIDENT MEMBERS 

William ( I. Palmes 
( I. C. Faurote 
Charles R. Adams 



MEMBERS IX THE FACULTY 



David Kinley, Ph.D. 
Arthur 1 1. Daniels, Ph.D. 
James M. White, U.S. 
John Detlefson, Ph.D. 
Clarence E. Nqrenberg, A.E. 
Joseph M. Kellogg, M.Arch. 

Fred B. Seeley, B.S 

Robert K. Steward, B.S. 



Stephen A. Forbes, Ph.D. 
Frederick Duncalf, Ph.D. 
Harvey W. Miller. M.E. 

I rEORGl A. ( rOODENOUGH, M.E. 

Elmer A. Ho'lbrook, B.S. 
I Iarry M. Weeters 
John L. Erb, F.A.G.O. 
Friedel C Richey 



William Matthews Hehking. B.P. 



MEMBERS IX THE UNIVERSITY 



Seniors 



Wilbur Mills Sutherland 
Burton Tuttle Curtis 
Richard Walker Kritzer 
Charles Reeves Eittle 



Albert William Robinson 
Harry Farrar Knappenberger 
Will Walter Mounts 
Russell Smith Colton 



Juniors 
Fritz Harris Fisk Maris Herford Vernon 

Edwin Thome Colton Allen Brookins Brown 

Charles Venable Robertson Alfred Alexander Drummond 

Sophomores 
Harold Hoyle Sutherland Phillip Marion Spink 

Harry Wilson Gibson William Gordon Read 

Alvin Carl Bromm Duncan Oliphant Welty 

Freshmen 
\-iii.i:i(iii Drake Halliwell Stephen Wallace Cook 

Robert Edward Abbott Charles Parneli McCormick 

Frank Vk roR Herdmann Paul David Hess 

Wilbert Homer Ferguson Lloyd Warfield Brown 

Harold Raymond Haasi Edward Lawrence Hubbell 

Robert Em m et M urphy 



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ORGAN 1ZATIONS 






BROWN 



HALL] WELL 



MURPHY 



COOK 



HERDMANN HUBBELL FERGUSON MCCORMICK HAASE 

LITTLE SPINK GIBSON WELTY SUTHERLAND ABBOTT KNAPPENBERGER 
COLTON CURTIS KRITZER l'.ROWX BROOM READ FISK SUTHERLAND DRUMMOND COLTON 

ROBERTSON ROBINSON MOUNTS 



147 



ORGAN I X A T I () N S 



Sigma Alpha Epsilon 

Founded at University of Alabama, 1S56 
Active Chapters 80 Alumni Chapters 40 

[LLIN< )IS BETA 
Established January 28, 1899 Colors — Purple and Gold 

RESIDENT MKMBERS 
Cyrus F. Newcomb Robert Guy VanDoren 

James Wesley Miss Ralph Leverett Kelley 

Arthur X. Bennett Roy Meneley Ross 

( .1 1 \ Thompson Ross 

MEMBERS IX THE FACULTY 

Oscar A. Leutweiler, M.E. Edward Harris Decker, A.B., LL.B. 

Charles M. McConn, A.M. Edward Arthur Reece, A.M. 

Walter C. Coffey, M.S. Frederick Noble Evans, A.B., M.L.A. 

Harry Beattie. M.A. 

MEMBERS IN THE UNIVERSITY 

Seniors 

Charles William McCumber James Harmon Gilbert 

William C. Crutchfield Donald Charles Johns 

Owen McIntosh Burns M. Wayne Johnson 

Loyd Daniel Bunting Robert Eugene Johnson 

John Thomas Bradley, Jr. Louis Frederick Jungkunz 

Harold Edward Clark Roy Walter Leibsle 

Henry Clay Coleman, Jr. Elie Spencer Kriegh 

Juniors 
Henry Ray Cox Clyde Harold Burgston 

Eugene M. Frederick J. G. Estill Kill 

Woodruff L. Crawford 

Sophomores 
Paul Moll J. Irving Rinaker 

Clarence Scott Gill John C. Neely 

Francis Putman Knight William O'Connell 

Francis Edward Richardson Bruner Grigg 

Gaylord Stillman Davidson Dana Lee Todd 

Freshmen 
Rene Mechin Harry Wuertenbaecher 

( rEORGE RlDEOl I SAMUEL E. LAYTON 

Jerome O'Connell Leo Kelley 

Kenneth S. Seibert Frank W. Meyer 



1 IS 



ORGANIZATIONS 






LAYTON SEIBERT J. CONNELL RIDEOUT KELLEY MECHIX WUERTENBAECHER MEYER 

XEELY KXIGHT RICHARDSON BUC HANAN W.O'CONXELL COX FREDERICK TODD RINAKER 

W.JOHNSON CRAWFORD DA COSTA KII'P DAVIDSON BUNTING JOHNS BURGSTON MOLL ..GILL 

R.JOHNSON CLARK GILBERT CRUTCHFIELD BRADLEY COLEMAN KRIEGH JUNGKUNZ LEIBSLE BURNS 



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ORGAN IZATIONS 



Beta Theta Pi 

Founded at Miami University, i8jy 
Active Chapters 7/ Alumni Chapters n_| 

SIGMA RHO CHAPTER 
Established February 28, 1002 Colors — Pink and Blue 



RESIDENT M MAIMERS 



Raymond S. Blatchley 
Martin S. Bryant 
Albert Eisner, Jr. 
Edward Eisner 
Robert Eisner 
Fran k B. I [eibert 



Wesley W. I [anford 
Edward ( i. Schaum berg 

( rEORGE MlDCIFF 

Leonard Sprue Poor 
Charles C. Bates 
Archibald Mutter 



Warren Langwith 



MEMBERS IN THE FACULTY 



Mervin Jam es Curl, A.M. 
Earl Horace Warner, M.S. 
James Manley Phelps, A.M.. 
Joel Andrew Sperry, A.I!. 
Arthur Ray Warnock, A.B. 

Leon 

John Powell Crebs 
Kenneth George Brown 
i [oward 1 )awson m urphy 

Tom Brown 
Kayw-in Kennedy 
John Christian Kno< h i 
William ( )scar Nelson 

Erwin Risely Brigham 
Charles C. Brooks 
W. Carter Butler 
Marion* I [arland 
Chari es C. Cameron 

W 

1 1 > 1 1 n B. ( !rabtree 
Philip X. Gould 
I'm 11 tp A. Niebergall 



William Shirley Bailey, A. 15.. Ph.D. 
Thomas E. Savage, A.M.., B.S., Ph.D. 
(ii'.oRta-; aIcI'iiail Smith, M.S., Ph.D. 
Kenneth MacKenzie, AM., Ph.D. 

I I OWARD Osborn, M.S. 
1 )em 1 \<; Tilton, B.S. 
Seniors 

J. Russell Jones 

Gardner Spencer Rogers 

Willis W. Hubbard 
Juniors 

James ' I ore n kiss Ticknor 

Benjam in I 'ii'.rcf. 

John Findley Taggart 

John aM Simpson 
Sophomores 

Reynoi I) I\. Kraft 

Chester J. Kreidler 

Man MacCallister 

Stan 1 ey Petter 

Edwin John Philips 

ardell Wilkinson 

Freshmen 

Elliott Mil ntire 

( rEORGE Sm ITII 

Maurice E. Thornton 

)UR'J LAND U. Swett 



iso 



V R GA X J ZAT I U X S 






GOULD MCINTIRE NIEBERGALL THORXTOX CRADTREE SMITH SWETT 

PHILIPS KRAFT BUTLER BROOKS CAMERON MC CALLISTER WILKINSON BRIGHAM 

KREIDLER ALLAN SIMPSON NELSON TAGGART KENNEDY KNOCHE PETTER HARLAND 

TICKNOR PIERCE MURPHY JONES CREES ROGERS HUBBARD BROWN 



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Sigma Nu 

Founded at Virginia Institute, i86p 
Active Chapters 72 Alumni Chapters 40 

GAMMA MU CHAPTER 
Established May -><;, rpo2 Colors — Black, White and Gold 

RESIDENT MEMBERS 
Maurice L. Hecker Orlando S. Murray 

Rollin C. Gere , Arthur 1). Savage 

MEMBERS IX THE FACULTY 
George W. Pickles, Jr., B.C.E. Gordon Watkins, A.M. 

Fred Hall Kay, P>.S. William K. Robinson, B.S., M.S. 

I. Earle Miller, A.B., A.M., LL.B. Lemuel C. Dillenback, M.A. 
F. A. Russel, AB., AM. 

MEMBERS IN THE UNIVERSITY 

Graduates 

Walter A. Gatward, B.S. 
Seniors 
Frank Hilton Thorne Gold Samuel Hopkins 

Maurice Edwin Reagan George Bernard Marx 

Eric Fredrick Pihlgard Durbin Ralph Downey 

Arthur George Seifried Fred George Olbrich 

Juniors 
Robert Hatch Humphreys Charles Foskey Spanglek 

Humphreys Oliver Siegmund Clifford Shaffer Bernard 

Preston Browne Calhoun William R. Harris, A.B. 

Alexander McJunkin Tower Philip Morey 

Sophomores 
Charles AlleN Pavey Ralph Spears Reding 

Thomas Robert Gibson Roland Adhemar Cowell 

H. E. Harbicht 

Pledges 

Frank Stafford Hager Leonard Ely Murray 

Hiram Victor Dyblie Benjamin Harold Ryan 

Roy Woodruff Tompkins Pall Donald Shipley 

[rving Kellogg Peck William Palmer Hammer 

Dwigi-it Holdridge Early George A. Carlton 

Marcell Henry Wheat Grant L. Mill 

( Ierm er I 'etes< II 



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Ht? II t ! ? 



HAMMER SPANGLER TOM KINS SIEGMUND PECK CALHOUN EARLY MURRAY 

ROBINSON HILL WHEAT PETESCH BERNARD CARLTON TOWER 

DYBLIE SHIPLEY COWELL PAYEY HAGER RYAN DILLEBACK REDING 

HUMPHREYS DOWNEY' PIHLGARD SEIFRIED THORNE REAGAN HOPKINS MARX GIBSON 



153 



ORGANIZATIO N S 



Phi Kappa Psi 

Founded at Washington and Jefferson College, 1852 

Active Chapters 47 Alumni Chapters 13 

[LLIN< )IS DELTA CHAPTER 

Established at Champaign, 100/ Colors — Lavender and Pink 

RESIDENT MEMBERS 

Daniel Gardner Swanneli. Guyon C. Whitley 

Henry Woodside Berks Willard O. Wilson 

Herman G. Jones Charles F. Mansfield, Jr. 

George K. Linton Warren I. Illick 

F. E. Hines Harrington Alexander Bell 

Harley C. Hines Edward Sterling Nichol 

MEMBERS IN THE FACULTY 

Hon. E. J. James, A.M., Ph.D., LL.D. Lockwood J. Towne, Ph.D., B.S. 
Madison I. Bentley, Ph.D. Frank Lincoln Stevens, M.S., Ph.D. 

Ralph M. Hilscher, B.S. Albert W. Owens, B.S. 

Austin A. Harding, B.S. Carl Victor Burger, B.S. 

James H. Green, M.S. 

MEMBERS TN THE UNIVERSITY 

Seniors 
Wendell Kemp McCracken Harry Thomas Rogers 

Roscoe Crum Andrews Che*st£r Junins'Gatjee 

Waldo -Ray Meyers Webb Mellen Siemans 

Juniors 

Donald Allen Fay Walter Alexander Latng 

George James Page Franklin Bartlett Macomber 

Bruce Van Cleave Charles Randall Bear 

Phillip Harry Potter 

Soplwmores 

William Dale Donahue Joe Woodyard \ larner 

Wallace \'an Cleave Robert Eugene Andrews 

John Countryman Craft Phillip Corper 

Donald Compton Johnston Walter Henry Bosworth 

George Norman Brinkerhoff Kenneth Hamilton Smith 

Arthur Franz Sweeney Charles Patrick Anderson 

Freshmen 
Clifford John Howe Husted McCullough Meyer 

Rolli n Ja m es Cow les I S e n .1 ami n Wood 

John Everett Allaben Henry Richardson Colton 

Lloyd Hiram Hunter Doiv.las Munrof. (ioonwiLLiE 



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ORGANIZATIONS 




' r **" i ''-ie-ij 





MEYER BEAR VARNER COLTEN GOODWILLIE WOOD ALLABEN HUNTER HOWE COWLES MACOMBER 

SMITH BOSWORTH 
ANDERSON W. VAN CLEAVE CORPER R.E.ANDREWS CRAFT 

POTTER B. VAN CLEAVE FAY LAING DONAHUE SWEENEY 

CADLF. MYERS R.C.ANDREWS MCCRACKEN ROGERS SIEMENS 



155 



ORGAN [ Z A T I O N S 



Delta Kappa* Epsilon 

Founded ut Vale University, 1844 
Active Chapters 43 Alumni Chapters 43 

DELTA I'l CHAPTER 
Established at Illinois, km>/ Colors — Red, Cold and Blue 

RESIDENT MEMBERS 
Edmund Charles Barto Junius Aiken Flanders 

MEMBERS IN THE FACULTY 

Maurice Henry Robinson, Ph.D. Daniel Otis Barto, B. S. 

Morgan Brooks, M.E. Charles Alton Ellis, A.B. 

Alfred Joseph Gunderson, B.S. 

MEMBERS IN THE UNIVERSITY 

Seniors 
Douglas McRobie Woodward William Gunkel 

Walter Hubert Beal Wyatt Goan Emmond 

Richard Fyfe Barnum Rodman Fleming Vansant 

Alexander Pall Macdonald 

Juniors 
Monroe Heath Allen Richard O'Meara 

Herbert Buell Dutton Raymond Edward Meyer 

Frank Howard Petiiyhridge John Eugene Davis 

William Chauncey Savage Frederick Augustun Brooks 

Sophomores 
George Edward Salladin, Jr. Marshall Campbell 

Henry Noble Cooper, Jr. James Roland Pursell 

Edson Lowell Nott Campbell Stephen Collins 

Roger Brooks 

Freshmen 

Elliott Alfred Pritchard George Leslie Dunn 

Keyon Phimister Comstock Leslie Spencer Southcomb 

Edwin Eott Fletcher Wayne Thompson Wharton 

Chauncey Darling Comstock 



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ORGANIZATIONS 



tfiPfk 






R.BROOKS FLETCHER WHARTON PRITCHARD SOUTHCOMB DUNN K.COMSTOCK 

C.COMSTOCK NOTT COOPER HEATH COLLINS CAMPBELL LOWE SALLADIN 

MEYER O'MEARA SAVAGE F.BROOKS DAVIS PETHYBRIDGE PURSELL 

MCROBIE HARNUM EMMOND MACDONALD BEAL VANSANT GUNKEL DUTTON 



1S7 



R i ; A N I Z A T I O N S 



A< 



.cacia 

Founded at University of Michigan May 12, 1904 

Active Chapters 24 Alumni Chapters 5 

ILLINOIS CHAPTER 

Established April 28, rpo6 Colors — Old Gold and Black 

RESIDENT MEMBERS 
Henry Woodside Berks Charles H. Knowles 

Orval Lee Gearhart William I!. McKinley 

Elvin Valentine ECratz John Albert Morrow 

Lax cm Lee Kirk Glenn William McCune 

Clyde M. Walker 

MEMBERS IN THE FACULTY 
Albert Victor Bleininger, B.S. Alfred Thorpe Morison, B.S. 

Ralph Raymond Danielson, B.S. Harry Gilbert Paul, Ph.D. 

Karl John Ekblaw, M.S. Nathan Clifford Ricker, D.Arch 

Harrola Gosser, B. S. Ralph Rodney Root, B.S., A.M., L.A 

Charles Fredrick Hottes, Ph.D. William Eben Schultz, M.A., Ph.D. 

Ralph Kent Hcrsii, U.S. Maurice Carl Sjoblum, B.S. 

Leonard Vauchan James, M.S., E.E. John McBeath Snodgrass, B.S. 
Ralph R. Jones Richard L. Templin, B.S. 

Alonzo Plumstead Kratz, M.S. Major Franklin Daniel Webster 

Roy H. Wilcox, B.S. 

MEMBERS IN THE UNIVERSITY 
Graduates 
Pembroke Holcomb Brown, A.B. Roy H. Feik 

Seniors 
William Wilson Anderson Rop.ert E. Gayle 

Wallace B. Bain Chester Gilbert Hadden 

Walter Fred Boye Ralph Ebner Himstedt 

Olin Robert Clements Vernan Harlow Kern 

George Curtiss Oral Albert Lansche 

Joseph Elmer Feldman Howard Wilson Mateer 

Denna F. Fleming Erwin Franklin Miller 

Jack Allen Fitzgerrell Clyde J. North 

Ray Iris Shawl 
Juniors 
Lloyde E. Hostetler Robert Lascalles 

Martin B. Kugler William R. Morrison 

Wilbur ( )tis Pendarvis 
Sophomores 
Lorenzo S. Foote LIarry Halme Love 

Henry Fred Heller Roscoe T. Olmsted 

Charles A. Wagner, J r. 

Pledges 

Irwin Charles Benedict William Tuell 

Phillip Oberg Winton A. Wagner 

J. D. Tiffin Carl Zeele 



R G A N 1 Z A T IONS 





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BENEDICT ROOT ZELLE MORRISON LASCALLES 

TUELL OBERG HOSTETLER ANDERSON W.A.WAGNER BAIN CLEMENTS 

KUGLER BOYE HIMSTEDT HADDEN PENDARVIS LOVE FOOTE OLMSTED 

NORTH FEIK GAYLE HELLER BROWN C.A.WAGNER SHAWL 

FLEMING CURTISS MATEER LANSCHE KERN FITZGERRELL MILLER FELDMAN 



I 59 



ORGAN [ Z A T I N S 



Delta Upsilon 



Founded at Williams College, 1834 

Active Chapters 43 Alumni Chapters 61 

ILLINOIS CHAPTER 

Established 1905 Colors — Blue and Cold 

RESIDENT MEMBERS 

Rev. Milton Waldo Irving West Johnston 

Ernest Marsh Vennum Wayne Alvix Johnston 

Jean Knox I. or is Dallenbach 

MEMBERS IX THE FACULTY 

Newton Alonzo Wells, M.P. Edward Carey Hayes, Ph.D. 

Bruce Willet Benedict, B.S. William Trelease, D.Sc., LL.D. 

MEMBERS IN THE UNIVERSITY 

Graduate 
James Harris Olewine 

Seniors 
Joseph Hume McCormack James Bruce Henderson 

Raymond Mooney George Clark 

Frank Howard Sutton James Marshall Wanzer 

Hans Peter Greison Arthur Helguson Mason 

Juniors 
Cordon Otto Waldo Boynton Ames 

Estey William Gouwens Howard Ritchey Ferguson 

Clyde Gobel Alwood Jack Kixsey 

Harry Hubert Porter Sidney Briggs Trelease 

Sophomores 
John Benjamin Felmley Edward Jefferson Scupham 

Thomas Hume McCormack Harry A. Thomas 

Harwood Otto Edward Bean Hayes 

John Howard Bannister Harold Hartwell White 

Elmer Theodore Rundouist Jorgen Edward Jensen 

Freshmen 
Paul Mooney James Perry Meek 

William Henderson Fred Gottlieb Weber 

Joseph Miller Davison Walter Brown Remley 

I Iovvell 1 1 art Barnes 



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W. HENDERSON 
H'.OTTO OLEWINE 



P. MOONEY WHITE WEBER SCUPHAM JENSEN BANNISTER DAVISON 
REMLEY AMES TRELEASE PORTER HAYES T.M( CORMACK FELMEY FERGUSON 
RUNDQUIST THOMAS MEEK BARNES 
R. MOONEY G. OTTO KINSEY GOUWENS J. MC CORMACK A [.WOOD 



GRE [SON 



B. HENDERSON 



MASON 



CLARK 



WANZER 



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Theta Delta Chi 

Founded at Union College, 1848 
\ctive Chapters ->o Alumni Chapters 25 

KAPPA DEITEROX CHARGE 
Established May -? >, 1908 Colors — Black, White and Blue 

RESIDENT MEMBERS 

Wallace Parke Foote Roy Vincent Edwards 

Rev. Ebenezer Bean William Chester Maguire 

Charles LeRoy Gustafson Clark Wesley Bullard 

Lester E. Frailey Ira Wilder Smith 

MEMBERS IX THE FACULTY 
Edward Bartow, Ph.D. Alfred Copeland Callen, E.M., M.S. 

MEMBERS IX THE UNIVERSITY 

Seniors 
William Abner Moore Fred Christian Nori.in 

Sidney Dale Kirkpatrick William Louis Ashbeck 

Juniors 
Norman James Mallet William Stokely Carter 

Manierre Barlow Ware Milton Gans Silver 

Henry Merritt Hager Georoe Sydney Thompson 

Harris Carson Crofts Robert Mearle Chittenden 

[rwin Tucker Brown 

Sophomores 
Robert Brown Murphy Jacob Allen Smith 

Joel Waring Greene Ronald Edwin Foulke 

George David Snyder James William Shedden 

Lloyd I [avens < in isi.i.v 

Pledges 
Charles Harold Groves John Edwin Claney 

.Mkki.k Emmktt Xoih.k Emory Merrill Barkow 

Gerald Eugene Be< k Chester Co< hran Doherty 

Wallace Milton McGrew Harry George Haake 

I [arry Clark 



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Ml GREW MURPHY GROVES CLARK BF.CK HAAKE 

GHISLIN SMITH COHERTY F-OULKE NOBLE CLANEY BARKOW GREENE 

SHEDDEN WARE HAGER ' BROWN SILVER CHITTENDEN SNYDER 

CROFTS MALLETT MOORE \SHBE£K NORLIN KIRKPATRICK THOMPSON CARTER 



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Sigma Pi 



Founded at Vincennes University, 1898 

Active Chapters 9 

Nil CHAPTER 

Established May, 1908 Colors — Lavender and White 

RESIDENT MEMBERS 

Harry Edward Kerker Seelye Wright McQehee 

Ernest Thomas Hubbard Albert James Beatty 

James Ray Nelson 

MEMBERS IX THE FACULTY 

LeRoy Lang, M.S. Harrison August Ruehe, B.S. 

Abner Richard Knight, M.E. William Nelson Hepburn, M.S. 

MEMBERS IN THE UNIVERSITY 

Graduates 
Thomas Harold Lloyd Albert James Beatty 

LaForce Bailey 

Seniors 
Clarence -Eugene Fifield Hubert Argo Smith 

George Alfred Wrisley William Augustus Strom; 

Juniors 
John Wesley Smith Robert Byron Terry 

Donald David Sharer George Leslie Smith 

Harry Anton Kirby Nyle Jacob Balbach 

Raymond L. Britt 

Sophomores 
Wilbur Barrett Barber Irwin Blaine Olin 

Ah Kinley Gardner I. oris Henry Schrieber 

Owen Chauncy Beatty Leon Hansen Best 

John Russell VanSickler Newell E. Wiedemann 

Freshmen 
John Ralph Spencer Leland Stanford Engi \m> 

Vernon A. Wenke Dudley Leonard Marstellar 

Wilbur McGehee John Hardenbergh Waldo 

Cloide Claude Shade Trevor Lesi n Jones 

Steven Peter Vidal Harold Recenus Pinckard 



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ENGLAND 




JONES 


KIRBY 


VIDAL 




SCHRIEBER TERRY OLIN J.W.SMITH 


MARSTELLER 


WENKE 




PINCKARD VAN SEIKLER SHADE MC GEHEE LLOYD 


GARDNER 


SPENCER 




WEIDEMANN BEATTV WALDO SHARER G.L.SMITH 


BALBACH 


BRITT 


H 


. A.S.MJ'IH FIFIELD WR1SLEY STRONG BARBER 



1o5 



ORGAN I Z A T I N S 

Alpha Sigma Phi 

Founded at Yale University, 1845 
Active Chapters 1') Alumni Chapters 9 

ETA' CHAPTER 
Established May 28, ipo8 Colors — Cardinal, Stone Gray 

RESIDENT MEMBERS 
F. D. Shobe C. B. Anderson 

MEMBERS IN THE FACULTY 

Prof. John Driscoll Fitz-Gerald, II, Prof. Edward Chauncey Baldwin, 

Ph.D. Ph.D. 

Clyde Ross Newell, M.S. John J. Gardner, M.S. 

William Eben Schultz, Ph.D. 

MEMBERS IN THE UNIVERSITY 

Graduate 
Louis Aubrey Mylius William Jacob Benner 

Arthur Jacob Benner 

Seniors 
Lepn Arbuckle Wilbur Edward Krebs 

James Summerfield Bartiiolow PIarry Lea Owen 

Albert Avrton Farnham Benjamin Franklin Rusy 

Eugene Francis Pruett 

Juniors 
Clarence Oliver Applegran Manley Ross Petty 

George Otto Consoer Robert Edmund Polk 

Ward John Flock Robert Schlemm 

Karl John Kaiser Victor Stangel 

Roy Christie Stiles 

Sophomores 
Donald Chapman Charles Leslie Starkel 

Theodore Prison Arthur Stowe Van Deusen 

Raymond Michael Gleason Edward John Warnshuis 

DeWitt Robert Gooch Clarence Alfred Willmartii 

David Woods Griffiths John George Yerington 

Freshmen 
Frederick Louis Kroner Lawrence Otis Petty 

Foster Mitchell Lalor Maurice Pierce 

Richard William Michael John Joseph Yount 

[oh \ Theron Thomas 



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ORGANIZATIONS 






KRONER \\ ARNSHUIS STANGEL SCHLEMM GLEASON 

THOMAS FLOCK MICHAELS LALOR VAN DEUSEN YERINGTON 

YOUNT WILHITE GRIFFITHS 0. PETTY CHAPMAN GOOCH FRISON 

TAYLOR KAISER STARKEL APPLEGRAN K. PETTY STILES POLK W1LLMARTH 

BARTHOLOW RUSY PENDARVIS PRUETT KREBS CONSOER OWEN FARNHAM ARBUCKLE 



167 



ORGAN [ Z A 1 IONS 



Zeta Psi 



Founded at Nezv Ydrk University, 1846 

Active Chapters 24 

ALPHA EPSILON CHAPTER 

Established April, ipop Colors — White 

RESIDENT MEMBERS 
Jasper William Porter 

MEMBERS IN THE FACULTY 
Francis Keese Wynkoop Drury, A.M., B.L.S. 

MEMBERS IN THE UNIVERSITY 

Seniors 
Edwin Shelby, Jr. John Wesley Watson 

Mitchell Wolter Raymond Edward Denz 

Juniors 
Elmer Clarence Dewey Thaddeus Lemert Montgomery 

Eugene Francis Brazeau Jesse Ward Nelson 

Elton Thomas Mackie Kenneth Stoddard Whittemore 

Sophomores 
Kenneth Wright Carr Curtis Love Boardman 

William Benton Hostetler Walter Theobald Ritter 

James Shipp McCarroll Carl Henry Gewalt 

Mark in Collier Troster 

Freshmen 
Scott Corwith Greene Frederick Richardson Gibbs 

Philip Page Young Carl Frederick Grunewald 

Edward Emil Mohr 



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GIBBS MOHR HOSTETLER WHITTEMORE TROSTER MC CARROLL GRUNEVVAI.il 

GEWALT YOUNG RITTER MACKIE MONTGOMERY BOARDMAN GREENE CARR 

BRAZEAU WOLTER WATSON SHELBY DENZ NELSON DEWEY 



169 



ORGANIZATIONS 



Phi Sigma Kappa 



Founded at Massachusetts Agricultural College, 1873 
Active Chapters 28 Alumni Chapters 12 

ALPHA DEUTERON CHAPTER 
Established May 0, xgio Colors — Silver and Magenta 

RESIDENT MEMBERS 

Alvin Todd Burrows John Christian Dallenbach,M.D. 

Kenneth Buchanan Frank Stevens Leas 

MEMBERS IN THE FACULTY 
Justus Watson Folsom, Sc.D. Robert C. Whitford, M.A 

MEMBERS IN THE UNIVERSITY 

Graduates 
Franklin Charles Palm, M.A. Edward Kennev Parker, A.B. 

Seniors 
Paul Donald Amsbary Dwight Irwin Johnston 

Carl Paul Ernst Arthur Maurice Metzler 

John Harold Heindel Waldo Lauff Schlueter 

Juniors 
William Ralph Branch Charles Henry Ruedi 

Frank Allyn Logan 

Sophomores 
John W. Dietz Louis Jacob Selzer 

Ernst McEvers Arthur Daniel Ruppel 

Edmund Burke Frederick Leo Thompson 

Kenneth C. Hall Walden Wood Hancock 

Freshmen 
James W. Armstrong Ralph Oliver Metzler 

William David Dutton Frank Henry Stole 

Jesse Richard Long Henry Galbech Schenck 

Othmar Lawson Moore Vernon Gates Schenck 

Charles Lucas Wilder 



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HALL ARMSTRONG WILDER RUPPEL H. SCHENCK 

DIETZ V. SCHENCK SELZER STOLL HANCOCK BRANCH THOMPSON R. METZLER 

DUTTON LOGAN LONG RUEDI MOORE MC EVERS BURKE 

JOHNSTON SCHLUETER ERNST A. METZLER HEINDEL AMSBARY PARKER PALM 



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Psi Upsilon 



Founded at Union College, 1833 

Active Chapters 24 

( (MICRON CHAPTER 

Established May 28, ipio Colors — Garnet and Gold 

RESIDENT MEMBERS 

Charles Wallace Graham Charles T. Moss, M.D. 

Herman Walter Jacobsen, A.M. 

MEMI5ERS IN THE FACULTY 

Fred Henry Rankin Henry Josephus Wieland, B.S., M.S. 

Stephen Osgood Andros, A.B., B.S. Frederick Green, LL.B., A.M. 
Wilhelm Miller, Ph.D. John Morton Pomeroy, Jr., LL.B. 

Harrison Fred Gonnerman, B.S. Charles Melville Moss, Ph.D. 

Joseph Harvey Checkley, B.S. 

MEMBERS IN THE UNIVERSITY 

Seniors 
Dudley Winthrop Crane John DeWitt Culp 

Franklin Brobert Evans Elliot Strong Miller 

James Wright Shoemaker Arthur Charles Zimmerman 

Juniors 
Wesley Arthur Behel Frederick William Patton 

Christian Gross Walter Louis Doremus 

Robert James Goodrich Charles Raymund Gross 

Eugene Canfield Hopkins 

Sophomores 
Warren Joseph Alcock John Manchester Cook 

Walter Elliott Hayne Howard Phillip Iwig 

Charles Roy McEldowney I Tarold William Barber 

Nelson Monroe Utley .Frank Claire Von Ach II 

Freshmen 
Conrad Morton Bardwell, II Ralph Armond Carlson 

John Andrew Leas Alfred IIarmon Morton 

Ralph Mitchell Sommers Harry Gustav Zimmerman 



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BARDWELL I AKLSEX SO.MMEES IWIG MC ELDOWNEY UTLEY LEAS 

HAYNE HOPKIXS DOREMUS R. GROSS GOODRICH G. GROSS 

BARBER ALCOCK COOK TON ACH PATTON H.ZIMMERMANN MORTON 

BEHEL EVANS SHOEMAKER GULP A.ZIMMERMAN MILLER CRANE WIELAND 



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ORGANIZATIONS 



Alpha Delta Phi 

Active Chapters 24 

ILLINOIS CHAPTER 

Founded at Hamilton College, iS;j Established at Illinois, icji< 

RESIDENT MEMBERS 
Roger F. Little 

MEMBERS IN THE FACULTY 
Herbert Jewett Barton A.M. Roy Newton Fargo, B.S. 

MEMBERS IN THE UNIVERSITY 

Seniors 

Donald Mitchell Glover Harold Lucien Parr 

George Chandler Mapes Ancor Sverre Graven 

Juniors 
Richard David Firebaugh Edwin George Roos 

Clifford Ketch am Burton Charles Lee Weems 

Charles Warren Campbell Julien Heouembourg Needler 

Henry William Markwardt Warren Badger Ewer 

Sophomores 

John Blair Macauley Herbert Alfred Knight 

George Snow Valentine, Jr. Hiram Wodrich Moore 

Robert William Phalen Byron Robert Huff 

Clarence Van Ostran Fisher Thomas Tenbrook Roberts 

Paul V. Cottingham 

Freshmen 
Julien Hampton Collins Harold Dugdale Gruver 

Raymond Simms Firebaugh Henry Edward Motter 

Gould Moorehead George Stanford Percy 

Julien R. Orton Wilfred Shaw 

[ Iaroi I) Bruce Whitney 



O RGAN I ZAT IONS 





ORTON COLLINS MOREHEAD MAC CAULEY ROBERTS R.S.FIREBAUGH MOORE MOTTER GRUVER 

PERCY COTTINGHAM R. D. FIREBAUGH MARKWARDT NEEDLER PHALEN 

VALENTINE KNIGHT HUFF FISHER BURTON MAPES 

W'EEMS GRAVEN CAMPBELL GLOVER PARR EWER ROOS 



175 



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Tau Kappa Epsilon 

Founded at Illinois Wesleyan University, rSpp 
Active Chapters 5 Alumni Chapters 3 

CAM MA CHAPTER 
Established February 3, 1912 Colors — Cherry and Gray 






RESIDENT MEMBERS 



Loren Clifford 1 1 ill 

Ro^ DlEHM SUNDELL 



Chester Verne Easum 
Floyd Royal I [olmes 



MEMBERS IX THE FACULTY 



Jesse Leroy Conel, M.A. 
Wilbur Roy Leighty. B.S. 



George Maksii Higgins, B.S. 
Ward Hanson Sachs, B.S. 



MEMBERS IN THE UNIVERSITY 

Graduate 
Carl Shut Marvel, B.S., M.S. 



Seniors 



Walter Henry Halas 
Walter Andrew Staiil 
Elmer Henry Stumpf 
Fred Raney Miller 
Harold James Donaldson 
Ralph Hoyt Vial 



William Allen Brittix. Jr. 
Ralf Charles Woods 
Ray James Woods 
Frank Stewart 
Edward Smidl 



Fanshawe Martin Keyes 
George Stanley Halas 
Richard Ladd Worcester 
Merle Raymond Husted 
Richard Clarence Brandt 



Elmer Ellsworth Fiero 
Joseph Morgan Noble 
Miles John McClelland 
Wayne Snyder Leighty 
Kenneth Dwight Ross 
Claude Rai bourn 

Juniors 

Charles Shattuck Palmer 
Paul Albert Raibourn 
John Rea Ambruster 
Clarence Sedgwick Moss 
Stanley Edwin Lindstrom 

Sophomores 

Charles Culbertson Burgett 
Max Robert Hoffman 
Bransford Louis Adelsberger 
Paul Ruytter Berryman 
Walter Frederick Strait. 



William Adolph Louis Schaefer 

Freshmen 

Ervin Christian 1 1 art man Hubert Ashingdon Keyes 

|oii\ William Cavitt James Walsh Kennedy 

Myron < Jeorge Dibelka 



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K < J A N i Z A T IONS 





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I WITT KENNEDY 

BRANDT SCHAEFER HUSTED G. HALAS BCRGETT 
ADELSBERGER WORCESTER AMBRUSTER BRITTIN HOFFMAN PALMER 
SMIDL LINDSTROM NOBLE MOSS VIAL RAY WOODS 



BERRY MAN 
H. KEYES HARTMAN 
M.KEYES STEWART P.RAIBOURX 
DONALDSON RALF WOODS 



FIERO ROSS LEIGHTY W.HALAS STAHL STUMPF .MILLER CRAIISOURN MCCLELLAND 



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ORGANIZATIONS 



Phi Kappa 



Founded at Brown University, 1SS6 
Active Chapters 5 Alumni Chapters 1 

BETA CHAPTER 
Established May 16, 1912 Colors — Purple, Gold and White 



J. J. McOuaid 
EL. C English 

C. W. NUNAN 
P. P. SCHAEFER 



RESIDENT MEMBERS 

\\ . B. Hayes 
W. T- Dolan 
W. B. Woods 
R. J. O'Brien 

MEMBERS IN THE UNIVERSITY 

Seniors 
John F. Doyle Thomas A. Hagan 

F. Dickerson Griffith Leo P. Kurt 

Albert T. Nolan 



Leo B. Hardiman 
John T. Lewis 
Aloysius F. Lenzen 



Leon J. Baker 
William F. Burke 
Edward G. Brya 
Edward J. Garvey 
Frank E. Gould 



Warren D. Furey 
Robert G. Doepel 
Bernard A. Hagan 



Juniors 

Emmet G. Martin 
T. Treston McEvov 
John M. Normii.e 
J. Kenneth Stringer 

Sophomores 

Frank J. Hartigan 
George J. Kloppenberg 
Edward B. McLee 

( rEORGE R. MURPHY 

Earl J. Walsh 
Freshmen 

WlLIFRED H. HOTZ 

Leslie B. McCaffrey 
Robert J. Smetana 
Henry F. Woulfe 






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ORGANIZATIONS 






MCCAFFREY HOTZ SMETANA WOULFE 

:REY BURKE I1KYA HARTIGAN MELEE GOULD baker garvey 

KLOPPENBERG LEWIS STRINGER HAKIM MAX NORMILE MURPHY WALSH 
MARTIN DOYLE GRIFFITH NOLAN KURT HAGAN MC.EVOY LENZEN 



179 



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Chi Phi 



1 

Founded at Princeton University, /A'. 5 / 
Active Chapters 21 Alumni Chapters 7 

SIGMA CHAPTER 
Established ipi£ Colors — Scarlet and Blue 

RESIDENT MEMBERS 

James Clive Buzick Champaign, Ml. 

Emery Ford Molt [Jrbana, ill. 1 

Arthur Parker Holt (Jrbana, 111. 

MEMBERS IN THE UNIVERSITY 

Seniors 
Emil Hjalmar Westlund Carl Theodok Meyer 

Ralph Louis Schiesswohl Oliver John Neslage 

Edward Stevenson Block William Thomas McElveen 

Juniors 
Harold Francis Woodyatt Gordon Francis Cadisch 

Irving Byron Countryman Elmer Theodore Janss. n 

Roy St. Lawrence Bigelow 

Sophomores 

Horace James Armstrong Peter Jay Mark 

Paul Leo Armstrong Robert Phineas Sheaff 

Merrill Manning Benson Clarence Eastlake Snell 

James Nicks Cost Robert Blake Coolidge 

Ralph Lindsay [ngram John Charles Henderson 

Charles Everet Keck Dement Schuler 

Freshmen 
Thomas Mk.m is, Jr. Joseph Lexington Coolidge 

Keith Waldorf Benson Mark Crawford Neil 

Harry |ohn Blum Donald Alonzo Cumfer 



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R G A N I Z A T I O N S 






K.BENSEN CUMFER J. COOLIDGE BLUM NEIL 

SCHULER SNELL COST H. ARMSTRONG M.BENSON KECK BEMIS INGRAM 

HENDERSON PARK R.COOLIDGE CADISCH BIGELOW P. ARM STRONG SHEAFF 

VVOODYATT SCHIESSWOHL MEYER NESLAGE WESTLUND MC ELVEEN BLOCK COUNTRYMAN 



1S1 



K (.; A N I Z A T I N S 



Chi Psi 



Founded at Union College, 1841 

Active Alphas 18 

ALPHA ZETA DELTA CHAPTER 

Established May 25, 1912 Colors — Purple and Gold 

RESIDENT MEMBERS 
Howard Ridgeway Vaughn, A.B., D.D. Edward O'Neil 

MEMBERS IN THE UNIVERSITY 

Seniors 
David Reese Murray James Edward Hill 

Robert Bruce Zinser James Oliver Tupper 

Waldren Henry Hough Temple Hoyne Buell 

Bruce Herbert Corzine 

Juniors 
Glenwood Charles Tanton Charles Clinton Buell 

Clarence Weiss Reuling Roland Hall Lawrence 

Harold Cordes Schreiner Jerome Gillespie Roberts 

George Modiste Gehant Frank Wilkinson Graves 

Malcom Doltglas Roberts Francis Earle Cavette 

Sophomores 
Marvic Hecht Petersen Richard Henderson Mai. lory 

Robert Hill Rolling William Harcourt Browne 

< rEORGE EDWARD ReHM, II 

Freshmen 
Francis Bolton Mallory Frank Kerr Nans 

Torrey Byers Foy Robert Curtis Preble 

Emil Haefer Minor Judson Chapin 

Frederick Henry Gansbergen, |r. Richard Daniel Norris 



IS.' 



ORGANIZATIONS 






CHAPIN GANSBERGEN PREBLE HAEFER F. IS. MALLORY NORRIS 

HAYS FOY REHM R. H. MALLORY BOLLIXG PETERSEN BROWNE CAVETTE 

IANTON I. AW UK NCI-: J.G.ROBERTS C.C.BUELL GRAVES GEHANT M.D.ROBERTS RUELING 

SCHREINER ZIXSER CORZINU TUPPER HILL T. H. BUELL HOUGH MURRAY 



183 



ORGAN I / A T [ O N S 



Zeta Beta Tau 



Founded ai the College of the City of Nezv York, 1898 
Active Chapters 21 Alumni Chapters 3 

RH< > CHAPTER 
Established ipi2 Colors — Light Blue and White 

RESIDENT MEMBERS 
Philip A. Lowenstern 

MEMBER IN THE FACULTY 
Jonas B. NAthanson, M.S. 

MEMBERS IN THE UNIVERSITY 
Seniors 



Abe S. Buhai 

Edwin R. ( Joodman 
Adrian J. Eich berg 

Eugene Adler 



Carrol A. Klein 
Rodert L. Moses 



Juniors 



Bert D. Feuer 



Sophomores 

Francis Katli nsk v 

I '11 ii.ii' S( mi iss 

Freshmen 

Isadore I '. Cohen 
1 ).w in I .. Kaufman 



184 



RGAN I Z AT IONS 






KAUFMAN COHEN ADLER 

SCHLOSS KATLINSKV FEUER EICHBERG 

GOODMAN MOSES KLEIN BUHA1 NATHANSON 



185 



ORGANIZATIONS 



Lambda Chi Alpha 



Founded at Boston University, 1909 
Active Chapters 25 Alumni Chapters 8 

CHI ZETA CHAPTER 
Established April 10, ipi$ Colors — Purple, Green and Gold 

MEMBERS IN THE UNIVERSITY 

Graduates 
Charles Holmes Stone, B.S., M.A. Leo John Krausse, A.B. 
John Gleen Weech, A.B. 

Seniors 
Russell Daniel Barnes John William Dammers 

Alexander Swift Henderson Herbert Zoller Mueller 

Harold Boone Rose Charles Morton Rundles 

William Loyd Rundles Herbert Louis Voigt 

Juniors 
Arthur Bailey Christopher Arthur William Fleck 

George Madill Cullinane Luther Fiske Miles 

John Wilbert Needham 

Sophomores 
Joseph Julius Cermak Isaac Harry Coulter 

Albert Vergil Hardesty Charles Albert Lenz 

Julian Gilbert Middleton Harold Haynes Sortwell 

Orville Roberts Sweet Alvin Wiese 

Freshmen 
Arthur Gustav Froeiily Maurice Rome Gayi.h, Jr. 

Adolph Kraft August Kraft 

David Mirvin Shroyer Rufus Emerson Vaughan 

Robert Patrick Welsh 



186 



ORGANIZATIONS 





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1 


1 H I 1 J I 



FROEHLY CERMAK COULTER NEEDHAM GAYLE 

VAUGHAN MIDDLETON SORTWELL HARDESTY FLECK WELSH CHRISTOFHF.R 

LENZ KRAFT VOIGT WIESE BARNES SWEET MILES CULLINANE 

KRAUSSE STONE C. RUNDLES DAMMERS W. RUNDLES ROSE HENDERSON MUELLER 



187 



ORGANIZATIONS 



Beta Phi 



Founded at University of Chicago, ipn 
Active Chapters 8 Alumni Chapters 2 

DELTA CHAPTER 
Established April, 1915 Colors — Orange and Blue 

RESIDENT MEMBER 
Samuel Aaron 

MEMBERS IN THE FACULTY 
Charles Manfred Thompson, Ph.D. Edward Albert Schwing, B.S. 

MEMBERS IX THE UNIVERSITY 

Seniors 
Francis Leo Headley Ingal Enser Wold 

Charles Edward Cooper 

Juniors 
Frank Addison Orland Troy Wayne Clarida 

Louis Stephen Burwash 

Sophomores 
Leslie Albert Williams Cecil Reeder IIazex 

Theodore Albert Stamas Robert Bohumil Sladek 

Clarence John Fisher Earl Sisson 

Arthur Keith W'iiitelaw, Jr. Charles Willard Munns 

Benjamin Andrew Stiritz Edmund Anthony Martell 

Theodore Wadleigh 

Freshmen 
Roy Rene Schwing Millard Milton Robinson 

Richard Cole IWkton Leo Lorraine Boyd 



ORGANIZATIONS 






ROBINSON STIRITZ WADLEIGH BURTON EOYD R. SCHWING STASIAS 

MARTELL BAZEN FISHER M U \ N S WILLIAMS SLADEK SISSON WHITELAW 

CLARIDA COOPER E. A. SCHWING ORLAND HEADLEY WOLD BURWASH 



189 



ORGANIZATIONS 



Chi Beta 



Established 1006 



Founded at University of Illinois, 1906 
ALPHA CHAPTER 

Colors — Yale I Hue and White 



UKSIDENT MEMBER 
Albert Frederic Cade 



MEMBERS IN THE UNIVERSITY 

Graduate 
George Holbrook Bargh 



Seniors 



Walter Louis Rohlfing 
John Turner Mills 
Norvid Raymond Swanson 



Walter Joseph Tilton 
Leslie Monroe Gumm 
Claude Clifton Foulk 



Juniors 



Thomas William Tolmie 
Cecil Walden Borton 
Henry Ben Utter 
Bernard Christian Halstrom 
Thomas Oscar Moffett 



Fred Barron Gallagher 
Arthur La Verne Kline 
George Henry Ranney 
Millard Forrest Bovard 
( "are Clegg 
Arthur Lewis Francis 



Caylord Benton Angus 
Harold Peter Boyle 
John Edward Replinger 
John Urquiiart Walker 



Walter Hontoon Bondurant 

Lyle Wilbur Hines 

W. B. Rundle 

Ovid Eugene Sinclair 

Byron Bilderback 



Sophomores 

John Hale Hacki. fa- 
Donald Frederick Webb 
John Leo Klein 
Ernst Christian Grot 
Benjamin Herbert Briggs 
Everett Robertson Leisure 



Freshmen 



James Walter Van den Bosch 
Stephen James Fleming 
James Kemp Read 
Roy Robert Costello 



190 



ORGANIZATIONS 






BOVARD CLEGG GROTT BILDERBACK HALSTROM SINCLAIR 

WEBB HACKLEY GALLAGHER UTTER LEISURE KLEIN RUNDLE 

RANNEY HINES MOFFETT KLINE TOLMIE FRANCIS SNOOK 

BORTON BARGH SWANSON MILLS ROHLFING TILTON FOULK GUMM 

FLEMING REPLINGER WALKER BOYLE ANGUS VAN DEN BOSCH COSTELLO READ 



191 



ORGAN I Z A Tin N S 



Ilu: 



Established at Illinois, kjo/ Colors — Purple and White 

RESIDENT MEMBERS 
Arc hie H e nry Hubbard Art hur Cri st St r< i n i ; 

HONORARY M EM BER 
Frank R. Smedley 

MEMBERS IN THE UNIVERSITY 

Seniors 
Charles Edgar Trowbridge Warren Platt Beaubien 

Arnold Carl Holinger, )k. Silas Max Trumbo 

Juniors 
George Charles Darrell Herald Bratt Fites 

John Ekern Ott Norman McKinney 

Sophomores 
Ward Maurice Willits William Oliver Trowbridge 

Frederick Casper Kaltiio, James Madison (Iran 

Vivian Earle Tillson Daniel Webster Hickey 

Pledges 
Van Xess Clark Harold Ruskin Dyer 

Lee Mason Frank Myer 



192 



ORGAN I Z ATIONS 






MASON DYER TILLSON MYER CLARK 

GRAY W.O.TROWBRIDGE OTT KALTHOFF HICKEY WILLITS 

FIXES HOLINGER BEAUBIEN C.E.TROWBRIDGE TRUMBO MC KINNEY DARRELL 



193 



O R r, A N J Z A T I O N S 



In 



IS 

Founded at the University of Illinois, zpo8 
Colors — Purple and Gold 

RESIDENT MEMBER 
E. Glen Hersman 

MEMBERS IN THE FACULTY 

Henry Baldwin Ward. I'll. I) William Horace Rayxer, B.S. 

Wilbur Jerome Carmichael, B.S. 

MEMBERS IN THE UNIVERSITY 

Graduate 
Joseph Howard Hinsiiaw 

Seniors 

Elmo Paul Hohman 
Arthur Roland Elliott 
Oliver John Troster 

Juniors 

Curt Carl Lundeen 
Russell Leamer McKown 
Arthur Nathaniel Lungren 



Forrest Bebb 

Norman Joseph Lenhart 

Walter William Shelden 



Stanley Jeremiah Thomas 
Lorin Vaughn Cope 
Paul Keith VanWinkle 



Justin Ferdinand Kohl 

Sophomores 
Laurence Elias Hill Lawrence Morse Winters 

Burton Eldred King Frank James English 

Edwin Stewart Moberley William Henry Schneider 

Oliver ( Ialbraith Brain 

Freshmen 
Edward Charles Sternaman Pall Albert Grundman 

Albert Emanuel Norling Robert Henry Schroeder 

Edward Blasier Howes Amos Holston Waits 



194 



ORGANIZATIONS 





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HOWES WATTS SCHROEDER GRUNDMAN STERNAMAN 

HILL ENGLISH BRAIN WINTERS MOBERLEY NORLING 

KOHL MCKOWN LUNDEEN VAN WINKLE COPE THOMAS SCHNEIDER 

LUNGREN HERSMAN HI.WSHAW SHELDEN BEBB TROSTER ELLIOTT HOHMAN 



195 



ORGANIZATIONS 



PiO 



micron 

Founded at University of Illinois, ipn 
Com irs — Royal Purple and Gold 

RESIDENT MEMBERS 
Frank Dean Garlan 



MEMBERS IN THE UNIVERSITY 

Seniors 
Kenneth Burman Bush Raymond Stanley Scroll 

Merle Francis Lummis Herbert Edgar Smith 

John Pieper Francis Marion Van Natter 

Fred Nathaniel Vibelius 



Juniors 



Carl Christopher Citizen 
Ernest Hubbard Gay 
Felix Arno Gunthek 



Irwin Lytle Lummis 
Harry Quick 
James Leslie Fox 



Sophomores 
Earl Willis Bailey Ralph Wendell Hummeland 

Charles Fairman James Graydon Tiirelkeld 

Harold Bradford Tukey 



Thomas Hugh Brock 
Walter William Brown 
James Herbert Gillison 
John Edison Halligan 



Freshmen 



Hilton Chadfield Nichols 
Geori ; ]•: Hopkins St ets< > \ 
George Hamilton Van Horn 
Joseph David Wilder 



196 



ORGANIZATIONS 






BROWN WILDER 

l( Ilui.s THRELKELD HUMMELAND 

LUMMIS GUNTHER GAY 

VIBELIUS VAN NATTER LUMMIS 



HALLIGAN GILLISON 

FAIRMAN TUKEY BAILEY VAN HORN 

CITIZEN FOX QUICK 

SMITH P1EPER SCHOLL BUSH 



197 



C) R C A K I Z AT I O N S 



Established toii 



Acanthus 



COLORS — I Hue and White 



RESIDENT MEMBER 
Arthur I!. Bingham 

MEMBERS IN THE FACULTY 



Duane Taylor Englis, M.S. 
George Burr McMillan, A.M. 



Maynard Elmer Slater, B.S. 
Charles Elmer Durst, M.S. 



MEMBERS IN THE UNIVERSITY 

Graduates 
Newton Lyman Partridge. M.S. Ernest W. Seyster, B.S. 



Eugene Carl Ham ill 
Elwvn Tracy Gants 
J. Frank Brandon 



Edward S. Axline 
< i. G. Webster 
Homer W. McCoy 



Harold Tecumseh Meek 
Clarence Anderson 



Seniors 

David R. Jones 
Frank A. Kopf 
W. Benjamin Meisenhelder 

I luGH ( rRIGSBY 

Juniors 

Harry W. Day 
Robert N. Wiuford 
I [ollis O. Frey 
Ernest W. Com: 

Sophomores 

G. Harry Reichelderfer 
William Francis Coolidge 



Freshmen 



Raymond E. Ouisno 
Charles T. Gildersleeve 

( rERALD E. KOHLER 

Lyndon Wilson 



Arthur Drum met 
Webster McGill 
Dana C. Lambert 
Paul Straw n 



Leslie Ernst 



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WEBSTER KOHLER MCCOY MEISENHELDER DRUMMET 

W1LFORD ANDERSON WILSON STRAWN MEEK GILDERSLEEVE LAMBERT 

DA'S QUISNO FRKY REICHKLDERFER MC GILL AXLTXE COOLIDGE 

MCMILLAN GANTS BRANDON IIAMILL JUNKS KOPF SLATER DURST 



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ORGAN IZATIONS 



Psi Delta 



Founded at University of Illinois, 1912 
Colors — Maroon and Navy Blue 

MEMBERS IN THE UNIVERSITY 

Graduate 
Earle Underwood Ruc;<; 

Seniors 
Bayard Hand Clark Fred Charles Hahn 

Park West Freak k Harold Higbee Roberts 

Raymond Leffel Snoddv 

Juniors 

Thomas White Chapman Homer Goldsmith Keese 

Lawrence Francis Draper Dwkjiit L. Mink 

Alfred William Thurston 

Sophomores 
Robert Cessna Bruce Gurler Lundberg 

Ray Henry Freark Henry Gurler Lundberg 

Ivar William Turnquist 

Freshmen 
Walter Sheriff Bowles Arthur Hubert Gottschalk 

Merwyn Harden Cable Frank Roy 



2&C 



() R (', A X I Z AT I O N S 





CI-SSNA R. FREARK CABLE H. LUNDBERG THURSTON TURNQUIST 

B. LUNDBERG BOWLES DRAPER CHAPMAN MINK KEESE GOTTSCHALK 
SNOBBY P. FREARK RUGG CLARK HAHN ROBERTS 



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ORGAN I Z A T IONS 



Chi Delta 



Established ipi / 



Herbert Richard Behr 

Lee Russel Carlson 
Stan L. Hanssen 
Frank Spoor Henderson 



Colors — ISlue and White 

MEMBER IN THE FACULTY 

Robert Edwin Kennedy, B.S. 

MEMBERS IX THE UNIVERSITY 

Graduate 
Edwin Louis Beifuss, B.S. 

Seniors 

Charles Norton Owen 



Robert Sommerville Black 
Guy Chandler Fulton 
Leo Gabriel Harris 



George Charles Beohm 
William Edgar Brothertu.y 
Donald Sidney Cornell 
Howard Stanley Gantz 
Fred William Leggitt 



Sven Cyril Linder 

Juniors 

Harold John Bluhm 



Walter Nels Larson 
Frank John Randall 



Charles M. Clark 
Charles Rufus Coultas 
Frank Leggitt 
Maurice John Reed 

Sophomores 

Harold Patterson Owen 
Leonidas Logan Smith 



Freshmen 

Arthur Harold Bodensciiatz Elwood Bourland Cole 

David Eugene Coultas Frankt.tn Albert Torrence 

Frank Roundy Clark Wayland W. Dayton 



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O K G AN I Z A T 1" O N S 






LEGGITT HANSEN F. CLARK BLOHM GANTZ lilEFUSS 

BLUHM REED C. COULTAS LARSON LEGGITT TORRENCE 

CORNELL BROTHERTON COLE SMITH D. COULTAS H.OWEN C.CLARK 

LINDER BLACK BEHR HARRIS N.OWEN HENDERSON FULTON CARLSON 



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() RGAN 1 Z AT IONS 



Beta Upsilon 

Founded at University of Illinois, iqio 

MEMBERS IN THE UNIVERSITY 
Seniors 



[',. C. Berg 

W. C. Peterson 



W. I. Robinson 
J. H. Cryder 
C. H. Smart 



C. C. Struever 
A. F. Mather 



C. H. Castendyck 



J. E. Gruner 
R. W. Gruner 

Juniors 

E. H. Van Dyke 
D. W. Castle 
D. M. Elliott 

Sophomores 

R. F. Greenfield 
L. R. Slaght 
E. V. Neuhauser 

Freshmen 

C. F. Stiegle 
O. R. Smith 



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CASTENDYCK STREUVER STIEGLE MATHER SMITH 

NEUHAUSER SLAGHT SMART VANDYKE CASTLE GREENFIELD 

CRYDER ROBINSON GRUNER BERG PETERSON R. GRUNER ELLIOTT 



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Association of Cosmopolitan Clubs 

Founded igoy 

Active Chapters 35 

[LLINOIS CHAPTER 

Tpo8 Colors — Cardinal and White 

HONORARY MEMBERS 

President E. J. James Dean T. A. Clark 

Rabindra Xaiii Tagore 

RESIDENT MEMBERS 

Dr. A. B. Mason 
Rev. A. Vail 
R. I*. Zimmerman 
Glen I [ersman 
C. J. Kidder 
MEMBERS IN THE FACULTY 



Established June 10, 



Dr. C. I). Warner 
C. Lloyd 

S. KUHN 

J. M. Kaufman 



Prof. H. J. Van Den Berg 


Prof. T. E. Olliver 


Prof. E. B. Paine 


Dr. C. Y.'I'.oykr 


1 )ean F. 1 1. Rankin 


E. Allen 


Dean H. W. Miller 


Prof. E. H. Waldo 


Prof. W. F. Schulz 


Dr. H. L. Creek 


Prof. H. B. Dorner 


Prof. E. C. Baldwin 


Dr. Alex Green 


Prof. B. W. Benedict 


Prof. B. E. Powell 


Dr. S. Litman 


Prof. W. C. Coffey 


Prof. A. R. Seymour 


Prof. H. A. Hollister 


Dr. A. G. Kempner 




MEMBERS IN ' [E UNIVERSITY 




Graduates 




N. H. Deisel 


S. F. Taname 


E. M. K. Geiling 


H. M. Westergaard 


W. A. K. Morkel 


R. L. Davis 


T. C. Ross 


F. H. Mi 


L'RRAV 


K. Mise 


L. B. Ripley 




Special 






J. E. TlLTON 






Seniors 




J. T. AUTEN 


R. H. Klamt 


E. W. Reese 


J. K. Barber 


I. L. Ludwig 


E. R. Sciiutz 


L. S. Chen 


F. W. Nichols 


C. E. Smith 


J. G. Eppinger 


T. C. Hag 
Juniors 


Max Treu 


K. Epstein 


T. K. Lin 


C. T. Singh 


W. Kang 


S. M. Raphaei.son 


S. A. Walser 


C. A. Drake 


P. T. Zaleski 


I. R. LlNDSEY 


C. A. Peterson 


J. A. Schulz 
Sophomores 


Y. Woo 


1 1 . E. Barher 


E. K. Hall 


C. C. Lowe 


J. T. Chen 


W. Hinman 


L. W. Masson 


P. Gherganoff 


D. Horwich 


M. E. MacGillivrv 


Sanford Gully 


T. II. Hutchinson 
Pledges 


G. Nesheff 
C. W. Wang 


O. O. TTuaco E. E. Pi 


ze Toma A. F. Meyer 


E. A. Teixeira 



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MURRAY NESHEFF RACHEFF SEYSTER PETERSON GULLY RACHEFF HINMAN SCHULZ KANG LOWE 
DAVIS WOO BARBER ROSEN HUTCHINSON HORWICH HALL SCHULTZ CHEN MAC GILLIVRY MASSON 

CEILING AMSTERDAM RIPLY LUDWIG CHEN KLAMT EPPINGER DIEBEL HAO NICHOLS WALSER 
SCHULZ AUTEN SEYMOUR REESE VAN DEN BERG ROSS MORKEL SCHULZ BARBER TREU BENEDICT 

GREEN SMITH 



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ORGANIZATIONS 



The Chinese Students' Club of the 
University of Illinois 

Founded ipio 

( (FFICERS 
First Semester Second 

N. C. SHUN President L. 

H. F. 1 !( K ,( ;s Vice- 1 'resident E 

T. C. Tong Chinese Secretary T. 

E. L. Six English Secretary C. 

T. C. II A< ) Treasurer 



Semester 
S. Chen 
L. Sun 
Lauphit 
C. Lowe 
S. K. Li 



M rs. II. I .. Chang 



RESIDENT MEMBERS 

.Mrs. S. C. Chan 
M. G. Louis 



K. K. Feng 
C. Y. Hsu 



H. F. Boggs 
T. T. Chang 
L. S. Chen 
T. C. Hao 



Y. V. Chan 
H. L. Chang 
J. S. Chang 
T. L. Chang 
Q. K. Chen 
B. C. Choy 



T. T. Chen 

Y. N. Fung 

T. Lauphit 

T. X. Lee 

T. S. Lee 

M rss E. LeeToma 



A. A MAN A 
S. ( '. ClIAN 

F. II. Chen 
E. F. LeeToma 
S. Koo 



MEMBERS IX THE UNIVERSITY 
Graduates 

N. C. Shum 
T. H. Liang 

Special 
C. V. Leung 

Seniors 

Z. Hsieh 
C. T. Lu 
Y. H. Niu 
T. C. Wang 
W. Y. Wu 
Juniors 
T. Dong P. F. Lee L. Wang 

C. Du S. K. Li Y. Woo 

C. L. Hsun T. K. Lin T. S. Yang 

|. I. Hsun C. K. Lu G. C. Yee 

\V. Kang W. X. Mah II. C. Yu 

A. C. Lee C. T. Suing 

Sophomores 

N. Y. Liu 
C. C. Lowe 
E. L. Sun 
M. M. Wong 
H. L. Wu 
L. S. Yu 
T. C. Toxc 
Freshmen 

S. ('. Lui 
J. Y. Moo 
J. N. Wong 
C. W. Wang 
Y. M. Wong 



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URBANIZATIONS 





[.N.WONG T.H.LIANG O.K. CHEN H.C.VU T.N.I. IK T.S.LEE P.F.LEE S.KOO E.L.SUN J.S.I HANG B.C.CHOY 

C.K.LU T.C.TONG A.C.LEE J.O.YAPP N.Y.LIU CPU Y.N.FUNG H.L.WU T.DONG W.N.MAH 
rX.CHANG T.LAUPHIT C.T.SHING S.C.CHAN CI..HSUN 

T.S.YANG H.L.CHANG Y.Y.CHANG J.J. HSUN S.K.LI L.WONG 
C.r.YKE K.K.FENG Y.H.NIU W.Y.WU C.T.LU MRS.S.C.CHAX MISS E.LEE TOMA 

N.C.SHUN MRS. H.L.CHANG Z.HSIEH H.F.BOGGS T.T.CHANG T.C.WANG 

F.H.CHEN C.Y.HSU A.AMANA E.F.LEE TOMA Y.M.WONG 

J.Y.MOO M.M.WONG S.C.LUI M.G.LOUIS L.S.YU 



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() R G A KIZAriON S 



Girls' Pan Hellenic Association 

1915-1916 

OFFICERS 

Helen Whipple President 

Mary Wheelhouse Secretary and Treasurer 

MEMBERS 



. llpha Chi Omega 
Cora Berger 
Mary Ann Boyd 

Alpha Delta Pi 

Vjj.ma Fletcher 
Zelma Jockish 

.llpha Omicron Pi 
Mary Caldwell 
Opal Trost 

Alpha Xi Delta 
Bess East 
Nellie Patterson 

Chi Omega 

Edna Decker 
Lillian Thompson 



Delta Gamma 

Edna Cryder 

Mary Bell Sheridan 

Gamma Phi Beta 
Gladys Teit 
.Margaret Baldwin 

Kappa Alpha Theta 
Helen Whipple 
Leone Merritt 

Kappa Kappa Gamma 
Jean Mason 
Margaret Eyman 

Pi Beta Phi 

Mary Wheelhouse 
Louise Waterman 



Sigma Kappa 

Florence Camel 
] [azel Hulburd 



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Kappa Alpha Theta 



Founded at DcPauw University, January 2j, 18/0 
Active Chapters 38 Alumni Chapters 31 

DELTA CHAPTER 
Established 1895 ' Colors — Black and Gold 

R ES IDENT M EM P.ERS 



Mrs. J. A. Brown — 
Mrs Paul Busey 
Mrs. T. J. Colvin 
A I iss 1 [azel Davidson 
Mrs. Roy Edwards 
Mrs. A. Eisner. Jr. 
Mrs. Tames Finch 
Mrs. E. M. Glenn 
Miss Elizabeth Greene 
a Irs. ( Irifitn 



Mrs. T. H. Guild Miss 

Miss Isabel Jones Mrs. 

Mrs. R. A. Jones Mrs. 

Mrs. Bess Kelso Miss 

airs. E. B. Lytle Miss 

M rs. I ). F. MacFarland M iss 

M iss f ii.i a M attis M iss 

Mr. A. I). Mulliken Miss 

Mrs. Cyrus Newcomb Mrs. 

Mrs. W. A. Oldfather Miss 



Marian Percival 
George Ramey 
Earnest Reese 
Juanita Richardson 
Ethel Ricker 
Alice Riley 
Julia Scott 
Alta Swigart 
P. L. Windsor 
Agnes Zilly 



MEMBERS IX THE FACULTY 



Mary Buell, U.S. 
Beatrice Copley, A.B. 



Marian Leatherman, A.B. 
Mary Torrance, A.B., B.L.S. 



Mabel Wright, B.M. 
MEMBERS IN THE UNIVERSITY 

Graduates 
Mary Buell, B.S. 



Beatrice Copley, A.B. 

Mary Davis 



Marian Leatherman, 
Ethel Sawn, A.B. 
Bessie Stuart, A.B. 



A.B. 



Margaret Williams, A.B. 
Seniors 



Pauline Adams 
Marguerite 1 Sen n ett 
Edna Goettler 

hortense gettys 
Esther Lynch 
Marion Manley 



Dorothy Doty 
Helene Doty 

( il.ADYS LOVEWELL 



Irene Bollman 
Mar 11c Cronin 



Vivian King 
Frances Klank 
Helen Whipple 

Juniors 

Leone Merritt 
Stella Percival 
Lois Philbrick 
Faith Swigart 

Sophomores 

Marian M< Con NELL 
( Gertrude Sawyer 
( 1 ( ilia Ward 
Martha Love 

Freshmen 

El.SA I I A \SI 

Louise Murphy 
Dorothy Warren 



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CKONIN GETTYS WARREN MANLEY BOLLMAN LOVEWELL PERCIVAL 

SWIGART LYNCH BENNETT KLANK ADAMS MC CONNEL D. POTY H. DOTY 

KING GEOTTLER MERRITT PHH.BRICK WHIPPLE SAWYER HASSE MURPHY WARD 



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ORGANIZATIONS 



Pi Beta Phi 



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Founded at Monmouth College, iS6j 



Active Chapters 50 



Alumni Chapters 52 



ILLINOIS ZETA CHAPTER 



Established October 26 1895 



Colors — Wine and Silver Blue 



Mrs. A. L. Stern 
Mrs. W. E. Sears 
Mrs. George Fairclo 
Mrs. A. M. Stooi.man 
Mrs. Harry Herrick 
Mrs. G. A. Huff 
Mrs. D. C. Morrissey 
Mrs. Maurice 1 1 ielser 
Mrs. Royal A. Stipes 
Mrs. Eunice Weaver 



RESIDENT MEMBERS 
Mrs. E. S. Swigart 
Mrs. F. H. Scott 
Mrs. E. L. Pilcher 
Mrs. Ray Sparks 
Mrs. D. R. Enochs 
Mrs. L. B. Gaddis 
Mrs. C. F. Alvord 
Mrs. Chester Richards 
Kathryn McIntosh 
Mabel Mel ntosh 
Marie Freeman 



Vera Turrell 
Melissa Turrell 
Gertrude Harnsiserger 
Nelle Signor 
Ruth Signor 
1 [azel Craig 
Jessie Gaddis 
Marjorie Spaulding 
Jean Roiierts 
Relsa Kiler 



MEMBER IN Till'. FACULTY 
Margaret Stanton, U.S., A.M. 

MEMBERS IX Till' UNIVERSITY 



Genevieve Alvord 
Mildred Forkey 

Salome Balkema 



Louise Waterman 
Marion White 



Elizabeth Wheelhouse 

Alberta Andrews 
Anne Siemens 
Autha Fluke 
Sara Moore 



Mildred Murphy 
Margaret Fitzpatrick 
1 1 11.1. n Ward 



Seniors 

Mary Wheelhouse 
Agnes Wright 
Ruth Quesenbery 

Juniors 

I I annah Harris 
Catherine Parks 
Dorothy Stevenson 

Sophomores 

Margaret Hunter 
Martha Finnigan 
Francelia Sargeni 
Mary Knees 11 aw 
Angie LaTeer 



Freshmen 



( il.ADN S I [OLTON 
1 1 1 I.I.X ( iUTHRIE 

I Ielen Avey 



M ii.dked From mann 



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ORGANIZATIONS 





FROMMANN FINNEGAN (,1'THKIK HdLTON HUNTER HARRIS 

WARD WATERMAN E. WHEELHOUSE M. WHEELHOUSE WRIGHT WHITE 

ALVORD ANDREWS AVERY BALKEMA FITZPATRICK FORKEY FLUKE 

KNEESHAW LATEER MURPHY MOORE SARGENT SIEMENS STEVENSON 



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organiza t ions 


Kapp 


a Kappa Gamma 




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Found* 


'</ at Monmouth College, i8jo 


Active Chapters 39 


Alumni Chapters 37 


BETA LAMBDA CHAPTER 


Established April 28, /A'w 


Colors — Light and Dark Blue 


RESIDENT MEMBERS 


Mrs. A. F. Fay 


Mrs. R. S. Blatchley 


Mrs. Frank Smith 


Mr. E. F. Nickoley 


Mrs. D. C. Bagley 


Mr. J. S. Mason 


Mrs. ( ). S. W atkins 


Mrs. L. C. Iohnson 


Mrs. A. P. Carman 


Mrs. W. A.Ruth 




Miriam Knowlton 


MEMBERS IN THE FACULTY 


Frances Simpson, B.L 


.S. Margaret M. Herdman, B.L.S. 




Jennie Craig. B.L.S. 


MEMBER IN THE UNIVERSITY 




Graduate 




Florence Crouse 




Seniors 


1 Iakrikt Barto 


Dorothy Hormel 


Laura Bardwell 


Pauline Halliwell 


Dorothy Chew 


Olive Hormel 


Helen Davis 


Irene Liggett 


Mildred Drew 


Mae Sexauer 




Clem entin e Ta< ;< ;art 




Juniors 


Margaret Barto 


M ildrei) Nate 


Helen Gabel 


Doris Roach 


Margaret Eyman 


Flor en ce Ruth erford 




Sophomores 


Elizabeth Armstrong 


Rowena Kohl 


Marvine Campbell 


Helen Ludlow 


Eleanor Jewett 


Jean Mason 




Jeanette Fairfiei d 




Freshmen 


Jane t 'runs 


Ruth Liggett 


Lois Evans 


Daisy Martin 


Agnes Fairfiei d 


M \KI AN S.M 111! 


Dorothy 1 1 aitt 


Katiierine Wis hi; 



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HAUPT BARDWELL CAMPBELL DREW RUTHERFORD SEXAUER CHEW H. BARTO 

EYMAN WEBB I.LIGGETT ROACH HALI.IVVFLL M. BARTO LUDLOW ARMSTRONG 

GABEL .T.FAIRFIELD CURTIS NATE DAVIS R. LIGGETT MASON 



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ORGANIZATION 



Alpha Chi Omega 



Founded at De Pauw University, October, 1885 
Active Chapters 21 Alumni Chapters 12 

IOTA CHAPTER 
Established December 8, i8py Colors — Scarlet and ( Hive Green 

Flower — Red Carnatii in 
RESIDENT MEMBERS 



Mrs. David Kinley 

Mrs. A. 1 1. Daniels 

Mrs. Anna Shattuck Palmer 

Mrs. A. E. Huckens 

Mrs. J. W. Iluss 

Mrs. J. Taylor 

Mrs. R. M. Campbell 

Mrs. W. W. Yapp 

Mrs. H. W. Mum ford 

Mrs. E. J. Townsend 



Mrs. Clyde Elvis 
Mrs. J. A. Flanders 
Mrs. Fred Clark 
Miss Mabel Chester 
Miss Elizabeth Bryan 
Miss Helen Bryan 
Miss Frances Busey 
Miss Grace Morgan 
Miss Nondas Walcott 
Miss Ola Wyeti-i 



Mrs. F. Thomas 
MEMBERS IN THE FACULTY 

Elizabeth Bryan, A.M.. B.L.S. Stella Galpin, A.B., B.L.S. 

Ola Wyeth, A.M., B.L.S. Ruth Morris, A.B. 

Rachel Baumgartner, A.B. 

MEMBERS IN THE UNIVERSITY 



Rachel Baumgartner 
Frances Marks 



Josephine Busey 
Mary Ann P><>yi> 
Lillian I Jean- 
Laura Weilepp 



Mary Ann Cross 
Lorene Townsend 

Grace Woods 
Ione Ballinger 
Oakie Cross 
Constance Risser 



Graduates 

Effie Morgan 

Seniors 

Louise Amborn 
Gretchen Gooch 

Juniors 

ERNA < iOLDSCH M 1DT 

Evelyn Johns 
Florence Quinn 
Garreta Busey 

Sophomores 

Margaret Peale 
Cora Berger 

F resit me 11 

Elizabeth Leitzbach 
Arlene Lumley 
Josephine Newei.i. 
Charlene Redding 
Helen Watts 



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QUINN BEAN BERGER AMBORN GOOCH WIELEPP BAUMGARTNER WATTS 

JOHNS LUMLEY M.CROSS MARKS PEALE RISSER O.CROSS LEITZBACH 



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RGANIZATIONS 




Chi Omega 


Founded at Arkansas University, l8p$ 


Active Chapters 31 


Alumni Chapters 22 




OMICRON CHAPTER 


Established June, igoo 


COLORS — Cardinal and Straw 




RESIDENT MEMBERS 


Bertha Harper 
Mathilda Voss 
Elizabeth Voss 
1' a\ ny De Wolf 


1 [azel Dallenbach 
M [ldred Talbot 
Eva Dodds 
Roberta Wright 


Gertrude Gonnerm.w Margaret H. Sarett 
Mary R. Nelson Helen Sun k 
Bertha Jones Pearl Goben 


Hazel Shaw 
Sarah N. Wright 
Mabel Warinner 
Glen D. Caton 


Florence Sm itii 
Florence Johnston 
Wilma Ponder 
Alva Meelus 


MEMBERS IN THE FACULTY 


Clarissa Rinaker, Ph.D. Queen Shepard, Ph.D. 


MEMBERS IX THE UNIVERSITY 




Graduates 


Beatrice Prall 


Annette Steele 




Michal Jamison 




Seniors 


Lillian Thompson 
Ruth Gray 
Lois Dodds 


Ruth Lancaster 
Bernice Stratton 
Janet Rinaker 




Juniors 


Beulah Burrel 
Mary Craigmile 
Helen Kirkpatrick 
Frances Jones 
Cora Randolph 


Ann Yoss 
Josephine Dodds 
Edna Decker 
Alice Armstrong 
Elizabeth Murdock 
Rose Dennis 


Rachel Talbot 
Lorraine Ker 
Marie Wessels 


Sophomores 

Mae Wamsley 
Edith Kei.i.ey 
Evelyn Fairchild 

1 Ielen Morris 




Freshmen 


Helen Vail 

Vivian Moore 


Janet Butterfield 

1 Ielen Oblander 



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STEELE GRAY OBLANDER WESSELS L. DODDS WALMSLEY KER PRALL VIAL MOORE 

DECKER J. DODDS RINAKER KIRKPATRICK LANCASTER ARMSTRONG KELLY MORRIS FAIRCHILD EVANS 

THOMPSON TALBOT RANDOLPH BURRIL JONES CRAIGMILE DENNIS FEE STRATTON BUTTERFIELD 



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ORGANIZATIONS 



Alpha Xi Delta 



Founded at Lombard, Galesburg, 1893 
Active Chapters 23 Alumni Chapters 13 

KAPPA CHAPTER 
Established December 17, iqo?, Colors — Light Blue, Dark Blue and Gold 

RESIDENT MEMBERS 



Madeline Dryer Kelso 
Luna Atkeson Sheets 
Xki.i.k Branch 



Byne ( ii mi 1 MAN 

Ruth Fielding ( Garland 
Leta Condit Miller 



MEMBERS IN THE UNIVERSITY 

Graduate 
Mary Melrose 



Helen Fisher 
Josephine Bernhardt 
Marguerite Swits 
Emma Breitstadt 
Marie Berlin 



Xki.i.k Patterson 
Dorothy Brown 
[sabelle Elliott 



Ruth Wikoff 
Dorothy Davenport 
Marion Brolin 
Frances Perkins 



I Iki.kn McDougal 
Nelle Con klin 



Seniors 

Bess East 

Florence Ferguson 
Susan Hosford 
Hulda Breitstadt 
Wilkie Legget 
Eva Fisher 

Juniors 

Eva Elliott 
Sylvia ( Jibson 
Lucile Jones 
Catharine Retz 

Sophomores 

M iLDRKi) Meyers 
Fern Shapland 
Lillian Egan 
Helen Collins 



Freshmen 



Aileen Fisher 
Mary Kurt 



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KURT BROWN BERNHARDT FERGUSON EGAN COLLINS MYERS PATTERSON I. ELLIOTT H. FISHER 
DAVENPORT MELROSE RETZ HOSFORD CONKLIN E. BREITSTAI1T WIKOFF A..TTSHER LEGGETT 

GIBSON E. FISHER 
PERKINS H. BREITSTADT SHAPLAND EAST JONES E.ELLIOTT SWITZ MACDOUGAL BROLIN BERLIN 



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ORGANIZATIONS 



Sigma Kappa 




Active Chapters [3 



Established 1006 



josie houchens 
Mae Buchanan- 
Hazel Keusink 

Marcia Hatton 



Founded at Colby College, i8j j 

Alumni Chapters 12 

THETA CHAPTER 

Colors — Maroon and Lavender 

RESIDENT MEMBERS 

Fannie Brooks 
Helen Crane 
Lucille Dubois Whiting 
Rachel Staten McCormack 
{Catherine Chase 



MEM HERS IN THE FACULTY 
Josie Houchens Fannie Brooks 

MEMBERS IX THE UNIVERSITY 

Graduate 
E. Elizabeth Tendick, A.B. 

Seniors 

Charlotte ( ). Urbain Florence M. Campbell 

Eugenie Allas 

Juniors 
Hazel E. Hulburd Adelaide C. Wheeler 

Katharine R. Tener Helen E. Hurlburt 

Josephine M. Nichols Betty E. Sippel 

Ruth S. Pun. lips Gladys L. Smith 

Harriet L. Iames 





Sophomores 




( il.ADVS L. Naden 


Marie L. Voigt 




Clara G. Armington 


D. I AN DAL I I ILL 

Freshmen 


iard 


Lucy D. Wensly 


Helen M. McKi 
Evelyn R. Burch 


'.NNEY 



22r, 



OEGANI ZAT IONS 





ARMINGTON VOIGHT HURLBUKl WENSLEY BURCH MC KENNEY HILLIARD 

JAMES SIPPEL WHEELER PHILLIPS SMITH NADEN 

TKXMCK ALLAIS URBAIN CAMPBELL HULBURD TURNER NICKOLS 



227 



ORGANIZATIONS 



Delta Gamma 




Founded at 



Active Chapters 2 



R 



7 



Established May, 12, igo6 

M rs. Joel Stebbins 
M rs. Sleeter Hull 
Mrs. George Im.om 
M-rs. Philip Wegeng 
Mabel Ricketts 
Clara Ricketts 
Mrs. Earl Saunders 

MEMB 
Julia 1 [arper, A.B. 

Lure 

MEM HE 

Margaret Leach 

] I arrikt Scofield 



May Babco< k 
Lisbeth Brown 
Grace Champlain 

Helen Bui hen 
Edna Cryder 
Natalia Carson 
Ruth Kincaid 

Edvtiie Wall 



Xi 1 a Rollins 
Anna Wieboldt 
Marguerite Funk 
Bessie Atkins 

W'ii.ma McNutt 



University of Mississippi, 1872 

Alumni Chapters 13 
IOTA CHAPTER 

Colors — Bronze, Pink and Blue 

lSIDENT MEMBERS 

Avis Gwinn 

Ethel Gwinn 

Mrs. Alfred Gunderson 

Mrs. Lawrence Fogelsong 

Mrs. Frederick Russel 

Margaret MurrAy 

Helen Gere 

ERS IX THE FACULTY 

Elizabeth Brush, A.M. 
:ne SeymouRj I'h.B., B.S. 

RS IN THE UNIVERSITY 
Graduates 

Leila White 
Kathryn Maddock 
Lenore Richards 

Seniors 

Helen Wilson 

[sabella Wilson 

Rachel Woolman 
Juniors 

Pauline Marbold 

May Morgan 

Mary Beall Sheridan 

( frace Murray 

M arjorie Mann 
( Irace Si ratti in 
Sophomores 

I [elen Spear 

Lois M ills 

M ildred Reid 

Mar 11 ix Johns 
Freshmen 

MlLLK ENT A'l Kl \s 



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ORGANIZATIONS 




f f t If 







f | 9 f 1 1 1 




f f t 



ft f* #1 



SCOFIELD BABCOCK MADDOCK BROWN CHAMPLAIN ROLLINS MC CALL I.WILSON 

STRATTON MANN FUNK REID MC NUTT MURRAY WOOI.MAN 

SPEAR BUCHEN CRYDER KINCAID H.WILSON MARBOLD M.ATKINS B.ATKINS 

SHERIDAN CARSON JOHNS WALL MORGAN WIEBOLDT MILLS 



229 



ORGANIZATIONS 



Alpha Omicron Pi 



1 

Founded at Barnard College (Columbia), iSgj 
Active Chapters 18 Alumni Chapters 8 

IOTA CHAPTER 

Established xgn Color — Cardinal 

Flower — Jacque Rose 

RESIDENT MEMBERS 

Mary Winship Kingsley Eva Marie Goodman 

Mrs. F. E. Ebert Frances Marie Rttenher 

Mary Viola Bruner Frances Trost 

( rRA< e Belle Dallenbach 



Leota [rene Mosier 

( )pal Trost 

Nellie May 1 Iedgcock 



Seniors 



Ethel Lsabel Brooks 

ISABELLE McKlNNEL 

Louise Mary Woodroofe 



Minnie Alice Phillips 
Mate Lewis Giddings 
Elaine Louise Buhrman 
Goldie May Wadsworth 



Juniors 



Florence Louise Moss 
Maybelle Man- Dallenbach 
Gladys Deforrest Saffell 
.Marion Gregg 



Sophomores 



Nellie Janes 

Martha Elizabeth Hedgcock 
Nina LaVee Grotevant 
Bertha Marie St hi \ 



Ruth Percival 
Velda Bamesberger 
Mar\ Lathrop Caldwell 
Ah El- x 1 1 unter 



Freshmen 



Hazel Margaret Stephens 
Marion Katheryne Kenney 



1 1 Ei.Ex Marie Brauns 
Marie Stejskal 



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•*% 




BAMESBERGER PERCIVAL TKOST PHILLIPS JANES GREGG 

STEPHEN'S MOSS SAFFELL STEIN KENNEY N. HEDGECOCK BRAUNS M. HEDGECOCK 

G1DDIXGS HUNTER WOODROOFE GROTEVANT M. DALI.ENBACH MOSIER WADSWORTH MC KINNELL 

CALDWELL 



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( ) K < i A N I Z A T IONS 



Achoth 



Active Chapters 8 



Founded at the University of Nebraska, ipio 

Conors — Sapphire Blue and White 
GIMEL CHAPTER 
Established April jS, ipn 
RESIDENT MEMBERS 



Pearl Webeb 
Edith Tilton 
Mrs. Francis Hursh 



Bern ii e I [arrison 
Bess Cline 
I [azel Bowlus 



MEMBERS IN THE FACULTY 



Emma Reed Jutton, B.L.S. 
Anna Sophie Rogers, A.M. 



Anna Waller Williams, A.M. 
Fannte M. Brooks, A.B. 



I [elen Francis 
Ferx Johnson 
< >lga Moser 



MEMBERS IN THE UNIVERSITY 

Seniors 

Pauline Osborne 
Alpha Torn'quist 
Adeline Wood 
Blanche I Collandsworth 



Flora Briggs 
Ruth Crawford 

Lola Davidson 



Ruth Andrews 
Margaret Finley 



Irene Corson 



Juniors 

Mary Hein 

1 IKI.KX I IoLI.AXDSWoRTIl 

Laura Holmes 
Dixie Schumacher 

Sophomores 

Grace Pankow 
Velma Dumas 

( rRACE I I All X 



Freshmen 



M>ll' KllllRMArc.ll 



333 



ORGANIZATIONS 






JOHNSON FRANCIS ROGERS HEIN B. HOLLANDSWORTH TORNQUIST DAVIDSON 

ANDREWS CRAWFORD DUMAS HOLMES FINLEY H. HOLLANDSWORTH SCHUMACHER 

MOSER HAHN CORSAN PANKOW BRIGCS ROHRBAUGH 



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Alpha Delta Pi 



Active Chapters 23 
Established n>i2 



Founded at Wesleyan College, Macon, Georgia, 1851 

Alumni Chapters 13 
SIGMA CHAPTER 

Colors — Pale I Hue and White 



RESIDENT MIQIIiERS 



Mrs. T. J. Colvin 
Pauline Groves 
M rs. I.Kkov Lang 



Mrs. E. C. 1 1 ays 
Mrs. 1 1. S. Grindley 
Mrs. Karl Ekislaw 



MEMBERS IN THE FACULTY 
Margaret Perry Lois Miles 

MEMBERS IN THE UNIVERSITY 
Graduates 



Goldie Kneberg 



Rosalie Gehant 
Frieda Korth 
Amy Ward 



Agnes White 
( rAiL Gaunt 
Mabel Moore 
Gladys Gilpatrick 
Nellie Balch 



Alice Ackert 
Marie Beck 
Marguerite Flock 



Esther Scott 
Hazel Porter 



LYDA IjOND 

Seniors 

Yelma Pletcher 
Evelyn Gehant 
Ruth Mussenden 
Rita Stinson 

Juniors 

Zelma Jockisch 
Mabel Bowman 
Elizabeth Weinberg 
Mary Linder 
[rene Moore 

Sophomores 

Irene Williams 
Mildred Hilsabeck 
Lillian Barnes 
Katii leen Taylor 



Freshmen 



Lucile Anderson 
Edna Sullivan 



234 



ORGANIZATIONS 




»™ „,„„ s „, Tt s ™.» J0 sS!/«^T^^i M TLr^x s 



23S 



O R G A N I Z A T IONS 



Gamma Phi Beta 



Founded at Syracuse University, 1874 
Active Chapters [8 Alumni Chapters ti 

( )MICR< )N CHAPTER 
Established 1913 Colors — Light and Dark Brown 

RESIDENT MEMBERS 
Mrs. C M. Moss Mrs. R. E. Heilman 

Mrs. E. C. Schmidt Mrs. P. V. Jones 

Mrs. W. H. Raynor Mary Barry 

Mrs. J. M. Matthews Lelah Brownfield 

Mrs. C. A. Ruckmich Margaret Dodge 

Alh e Carter 

MEMBERS IN THE FACULTY 

Sada 1 1 AKiiARf.ER, A.M. Elsie Baechtold 

MEMBERS IN THE UNIVERSITY 

Seniors 



Doris Holloway 
Gladys Treat 



Ruth Fox 
Hariette Dadant 



Flora Hottes 
Jennis Barry 
Lillian Jon nston 
Alida Moss 
Martha McCammon 
Lucile Peirson 



Astrid Dodge 
Carol Keefer 
( 'i.aka Tillotson 



Grace ( Ieyer 
Agnes Helmreich 

Juniors 

Margaret Baldwin 
Ella Tillotson 
( Ieorgia B>rownfield 

Sophomores 

Ruth McEliiiney 
Alma Gerlacii 
Gertrude Swift 
Lillian Woerman 
Erna Seiler 
Helen James 
Dorothy Cawthorne 



Freshmen 



Francis With row 
Jam ie Chester 
Anna Bancroft 



i I azel Barackman 



2i6 



O K ( i A N 1 Z A T I O N S 





| | | f f f ... f f f 
f ■ I V i t f'fff t 



BROWNFIELD BALDWIN BARRY BANCROFT BARACKMAN CAWTHORNE CHESTER DADANT DODGE 

FOX GERLACH GEYER HELMREICH HOTTES HOLLOWAY JOHNSTON JAMES KEEPER MC CAMMON 

MCELHINEY MOSS PEIRSON SWIFT TREAT C. TILLOTSON E. TILLOTSON WITHROVV WOERMAN 



237 



O R liANIZA T IONS 




AKMIXGTON SHAPLAND 

WAMSLEY MCELHINEY TILLOTSON HULBURT MC CONNELL JONES HILSABECK 

CALDWELL WHEELHOUSE TALBOT EGAN BOYD ACKERT SAWYER MC CALL RETZ 

PEIRSQN PEALI NADEN SAFFLI ROLLINS MASON KOHL SIEMENS BERGER 

Mus>, HARRIS MINIS GIDDING GETTYS BERNHARDT CRYDER ROACH KINCAID KIRKPATRICK 



YoM; 



SOPHOMORE INTERFRATERNITY SOCIETY 

Established 1907 Flower — Narcissus 

Colors — Emerald Green and Straw Yellow 

ACTIVE MEMBERS 



Juniors 



Hortense Getty s 
Hawaii II arris 
Marion White 
Margaret Eyman 
Doris Roach 
Mary Ann Boyd 
Frances Jones 
I Iki.hx Kirkpatrick 
Sylvia ( Iibson 



Marion M< Connel 
Gertrude Sawyer 
Anne Siemens 
Elizabeth Wheelhouse 
Rowena Kohl 
Jean Mason 
Cora Berger 
Margaret Peale 
Rachel Talbot 
May Wamsley 
Lillian Egan 



Catherine Retz 
Hazel Hulburd 
Edna Cryder 
Ruth Kincaid 

( rRACE STRATTON 

Mate Giddings 
( Gladys Saffle 
Agnes White 
Ella Tillotson 



Sophomores 



Fern Shapland 
Clara Abmington 

( il.ADYS NADEN 

Alh e M< Call 

Neta Rollins 

m ary caldwel1 

Nellie Janes 

A I. It e Ackert 

M [LDRED I I tLSABECK 

Ruth M< Elh i ney 

I ,UCILE I 'EIRSON 



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241 




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243 




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244 




245 




$r?^i« 



246 




247 




248 



ORGANIZATIONS 



Ma-wan-da 

SENIOR HONORARY SOCIETY 
Founded at the University of Illinois, 1912 




MEMBERS 



John Thomas Bradley 
Roger Beckwith Bronson 

George Mariel Clark 

Dudley Winthrop Crank 

Donald Mitchell Glover 

Woodward William Gunk'el 

Ralph Eisner Himstedt 

Elmo Paul Hohman 

J. Russel Jones 

Wilbur Edward Krebs 

Sidney Dale Kirkpatrick 



Richard Walker Kritzer 

Charles Reeves Little 

Wendall Kemp McCracken 

Alexander Paul Macdonald 

Arthur Helguson Mason 

Eric Frederic Piulgard 

Harold Austin Pogue 

George Kasson Squier 

James Crear Stirton 

Wilbur Mills Sutherland 

To iin Wesley Watson 



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O K <; A N 1 Z AT IONS 




MC NULTA BROWN SIMPSON 

KOPTIK WOODS BROWN 

FERGUSON MOFFETT MARKWARDT 



AMES NELSON WALTON BIRCH 

PETHYBRIDGE GRANTZ CAVETTE 

DARBY MAC COMBER BURGSTON JUDSON 



Sach 



acnem 

HON( )RAR Y I U X I ( )R S< )CIETY 



Founded at Illinois, 1914 



Waldo Ames 
Steven Birch 
Allen Brown 
Tom Brown 
Clyde Burgston 
Earle Cavette 
I Iakky Darby 
Howard Ferguson 
Ray Grantz 
Frank [udson 



Colors — Red and Brown 



MEMBERS 



B. J. Koptik 
Bartlett Macom bee 
Henry Markwardt 
Donald Moffett 
Scott McNulta 
Ward Nelson 
Frank Pethybridgf 
John Simpson 
Howard Walton 
Ray Woods 



252 



ORGANIZATIONS 




SHONLE BRADY BARNES WICHERS HATFIELD OLEWINE MILLAR HAHN 
MAXWELL O.KAMM LANDSTROM PALMER BISSELL CHARTRAND TILTON ZELLE VOLLWEILER 

MONROE ROWLAND 

R.KAMM ROSS SEARS OWENS MC INNES JOHNSON HOPKINS SCHOLL CHANDLER CARR 

FOSTER KREMERS BRAHAM LEWIS WASHBURN DROWN OLIN VAN WINKLE ENGLE LENZING 

WRISLEY ADLER KIRKPATRICK SKINNER BRALEY HESS LEWIS ECKSTEIN 

WIRTH DERICK MC FARLAND REES KNIGHT NOYES PARR BARTOW BEAL BALKE 

Phi Lambda Upsilon 



Active Chapters 12 

Established 1889 

S. W. Park 
L. II. Smith 
C. G. Hopkins 



J. M. Lindgren 
II. B. Lewis 

L. Adler 
T. R. Ball 
G. I). Beal 
H. J. Beattie 
\. \ T . Ben net'j 
J. P>. Brown 
S. E. Brady 
S. A. Bkai.ey 
( ). A. Barnes 

D. W: Bissell 
J. M. Bra ham 

( '. B. Clevenger 
II. I '. Corson 

E. E. Charlton 
E. M. A. Chandler 
C. G. Derick 



ALPHA CHAPTER 



HONORARY MEMBERS 
G. McP. Smith 
W. A. Noyes 
E. Bartow 
C. W. Balke 
ASSOCIATE MEMBERS 



Alumni Chapters 1 

Colors — Blue and Red 

J. H. Beal 
H. S. Grindley 
E. W. Washburn 



B. S. Hopkins 
I). F. McFarland 
ACTIVE MEMBERS 



H. L. Olin 
H. C. P. Weber 



H. C. Eckstein 
A. D. Emmett 

E. W. Engle 
I). F. Englis 
G. 11. Foster 
R. W. Hess 

F. C. I I All X 

W. I). I Iatmeld 
L. B. I Iowell 
I. N. Hultman 
L. C. Johnson 
O. Kamm 
R. M. Kamm 
S. D. Kirkpatrick 
H. C. Kb emeus 
W, < i. Karr 



H. A. Knight 
W. F. Langlier 
A. W. Lanstrom 

C. W. Lenzlng 
H. F. Lewis 

D. A. MacInnes 
I'". W. Mohlman 

F. W. Muncie 
II. H. Mitchell 
R. W. Millar 

G. S. Monroe 

I .. C. Maxwell 
J. B. Mathanson 
J. H. Olewixe 
A. \V. Owens 
C. S. Palmer 



J. C. Ross 

F. E. Rowland 
E. A. Rees 

C. SCHOLL 

G. W. Sears 
H. A. Shonle 
G S. Skinner 
YV. J. Tilton 

E. H. VoLLWEILER 

W. A. YanWixkle' 
E. H. Warxer 

E. WlCHERS 

H. J. Weilaxd 
G A. Wrisley 

\V. V. WlRTII 

C. A. Zelle 



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Tau Beta Pi 

HONORARY ENGINEERING FRATERNITY 

Founded at Lehigh University, 1885 
Active Chapters 30 Colors — Brown and White 

ALPHA CHAPTER 

Established 1897 

RESIDENT MEMBERS 



E. M. 


Burr 


H. C. 


Marble 


W. F 


. M. Goss 


( ). A. 


Randolph 


E. H. 


Waldo 


A. F. 


Com stock 


C. R. 


Richards 


Morg 


an Brooks 


F. B. 


Seely 


H. F. 


Conner man 


I. M. 


White 


N. C. 


Ricker 


C. E. 


Noerenberg 


H. H. 


. Stoek 


M. L. 


Enger 



I .. R. ( il'LLY 

I I. E. Smith 



II. F. Post 



MEMBERS IX THE FACULTY 



I. W 
I. o. 
E. B. 
A. P. 
A. N 
L. II 
J. A. 
L. E. 
G. W r 
H. D. 
T. D. 
C. T. 
A. C. 
H. D. 



Davis 
Baker 
Paine 
Carman 
Talbot 

PROV I N E 

Dent 
Young 
. Pickels 
Oberdorfer 

Yensen 
Knipp 

C ALLEN 

Frary 



c. 


c. 


Wiley 


G. 


A. 


Goodenough 


H. 


F. 


< rODEKE 


J. 


M. 


Snodgrass 


C. 


R. 


Clark 


E. 


C. 


Sen MIDT 


II. 


H. 


Jordan 


P. 


S. 


Biegler 


O. 


A. 


Leutwiler 


N. 


B. 


Garver 


G. 


P. 


Boomsliter 


C. 


R. 


Moore 


W 


. S. 


Wolfe 



MEMBERS IN THE UNIVERSITY 



M. L. Nebel 
E. V. Kratz 



A. W. Robinson 
C. H. Jackman 
M. C. Johnson 
J. H. Heindel 
A. G. Stone 
A. C. Holinger 
L. M. Becker 
C. G. Klopp 



Graduates 

R. L. Tempi.in 
L. J. Larson 

Seniors 
S. X. Vibelius 
L. S. Morrill 
I ). B. Schuler 
A. C. Zimmerman 
W. L. Parish 
II. F. Stocker 
E. C. Ham ill 
R. N. Coolidc.e 
A. L. Nelson 

Junior 
M. J. Reed 



E. G. Young 



L. W. Ledgerwood 
J. C. Stirton 

T. I I. BURRELL 

C. L. Bentz 
( i. W. Renwick 

C. T. ( iRANT 

F. G. Roc xns 
E. F. Pi hlgard 



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ORGANIZATIONS 



Tau Beta Pi 



MM 



LEDGERWOOD MORRILL VIBELIUS JOHNSON LARSON PARISH 

GRANT HEINDEL ROUNDS NELSON NELSON BECKER STONE 

STOCKER PIHLCARD KLOP STIRTON SCHULER JACKMAN 

ROBINSON HOLINGER DENT BENTZ RENWICK ZIMMERMANN BURRELL 



255 



ORGANIZATIONS 




DRALLE KANE LANSCHE LENZ BELTZ 

SINCLAIR BURKHART SIEGMUND HUGHES EVANS BRENTLINGER HYNDMAN 

HORIMURA RAIBOURNE WEILIR RICHARDSON GRANT NAG GUMM GALLAHER KAWAMOTO 

JAMES DAVIS PAINE RUST BROOKS FISK BIEGLER PENDARVIS 



Eta Kappa Nu 



HONORARY ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING FRATERNITY 
Founded at the University of Illinois, 1904 



Active Chapters 10 
Established, 1904 



W. T. Burnett 



Morgan Brooks 
L. V. James 
I. W. Fisk 
A. R. Knight 



Alumni Chapters 6 
ALPHA CHAPTER 

Colors — Navy Blue and Scarlet 
RESIDENT MEMBERS 

R. N. Fargo 
L. R. Gully 
MEMBERS IN THE FACULTY 

C. R. Moore j. W. Davis 

E. B. Paine E. H. Waldo 

P. S. Biegler C. T. Knipp 

A. M. Buck 
MEMBERS IN THE UNIVERSITY 
Graduate 



H. E. Dralle 
L. M. Gumm 
O. A. Lansche 
A. II. Lenz 
P. J. Rust 
R. U. Thomas 

I ). ( i. Evans 

I I. I I UK I M UK A 



T. Kawamoto 
Seniors 
N. K. Nag 
H. R. Pendarvis 
R. C. Kane 
C. T. Grant 
H. T. Gallaher 
I '. II. Mr kk hart 
Juniors 
II. R. Richardson 
I '. A. Raibourne 



M. C. Hughes 
C. M. Brentlinger 
J. S. P>eltz 
R. I Ivxmiw 
( r. E. Weiler 



< ). E. Sinclair 

II. ( ). SlEGMUND 



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ORGANIZATIONS 




HARWOOI) PENDAUVIS 

KIRKPATRICK PAGE ARCHER GLOVER 

BARBER FERGUSON BROWN SILVER NOBLE 

Sigma Delta Chi 

PROFESSIONAL JOURNALISTIC FRATERNITY 

Founded at Dc Pauw University, ipop 

Active Chapters 24 Colors — Black and White 

LAMBDA CHAPTER 

Established igi2 

RESIDENT MEMBERS 

Carl Stephens Albert Frederic Cade 

HONORARY MEMBER 

Ring W. Lardner 

MEMBERS IN THE FACULTY 

Franklin William Scott, Ph.D. Harry Franklin Harrington, M.A. 

MEMBERS IN THE UNIVERSITY 

Seniors 

Wilbur Otis Pendarvis 



Sidney Dale Kirkpatrk k 
Sylvan Dix Harwood 
Donald Mitchell Glover 



Joseph Morgan Noble 
John Kenneth Barber 



Juniors 



Allen Brookins Brown 
Milton Gans Silver 



Harold Meredith Page 



< >lin Wellington Archer 
Howard Ritchey Ferguson 



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Phi Delta Phi 



i 



Founded at the University of Michigan, 1869 



Active Chapters 46 



Established syoi 



Alumni Chapters 17 



LANGDELL CHAPTER 



Colors — Wine and Pearl Blue 
RESIDENT MEMBERS 



Henry T. Colvin 
Benjamin 1 1. Crowder 
Lawrence A. Glenn 
Charles W. Graham 
Benjamin F. Harris, Jr. 
Newton M. Harris 
Paul C. Keran 
William H. Lee 
Roger F. Little 



E. C. 



Evart B. McCormack 

William (i. Palmer 
B. E. Pinkerton 
Roy C. Freeman 
Glenn J. Pruett 
Chester W. Richards 
Earnest A. Rich 
Ray C. Sparks 
Francis M. Wright 
Staley 



MEMBERS IN THE FACULTY 

Oliver A. Harker, A.M., LL.B. W. G. Hale. 15. S., LL.B. 

E. H. Decker, A.B., LL.B. C..G. Vernier, J.D. 

Frederich Green, A.M., LL.B. Jay Earl Miller, A.B., A.M., LL.B. 

John N. Pomeroy, Jr., A.M., LL.B. Lew R. Sarret, A.B. 
Arthur R. Warnock, A.B., LL.B. 



NUEL DlNSMORE BeLNAP 

John Harmon Gilbert 
William Ward Hart 
Ray David Henson 
Charles Francis Hough 



Seniors 

Wilbur Edward Krebs 
Frank Bonner Leonard 
Carl King Rang 
Frank Clifton Slater 
John Lester Robinson 
Joe Wiiitnel 



Juniors 



Loyd Bbadley 
Leslie Godfrey George 
Clarence Washbubn Gloveb 
Raymond Lorimer Grantz 



Earnest Homard Pool 



William Rutledge Harris 
Robert Earl Hill 
Donald Romain Moffett 
Benjamin Wham 



Frederick Vern Arber 
George Albert Campbell 



Sophomores 

Leslie Marquis Hildreth 

John I Iui.ly Rapp 



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ORGANIZATIONS 



Phi Delta Phi 



* 5 VfVfVr 



HILDRETH CAMPBELL GEORGE WHAM POOL RAPP ARBER GLOVER 

HILL ROBINSON KRF.BS BRADLEY HARRIS GRANTZ MOFFETT 

HART HENSEN BELNAP WHITNEL LEONARD RANG HOUGH GILBERT 



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Alpha Zeta 



IK )NORARY AGRICULTURAL FRATERNITY 



Founded at Ohio State University, iS<>j 



Active Chapters iz 



( )oLORS — Mauve and Blue 



M( >RK< >\Y CHAPTER 



Established xgoz 
MEMBERS IX THE FACULTY 



Eugene Davenport 

( ',. F. I IdTTES 

S. A. Forbes 
F. I I. Rax kin 

C. G. Hopkixs 
L. H. Smith 
J. G. Mosier 

J. E. Whitchurch 
1 1. W. Mumford 

( >KK Al.l.YX 

A. F. Gustafson 
W. L. Burlisox 

F. A. Fisher 
II. S. Grixdley 
W. J. Carmichael 

G. E. Gentle 
E. Roberts 
P. S. Barto 
I. D. Allisox 

I. W. Wisenand 
J. W. Read 

D. O. Barto 
W. C. Coffey 
H. A. Harding 



I. T. Auten 
W. B. Bain 

E. A. Bebb 

F. Bebb 

E. V. Bruixgtox 

G. Curtiss 

A. T. Fishmax 

V. H. Kerx 

A. P. MacDonald 



( i. F. BlXDER 
A. A. ( ROSS 



II. P. Risk 

I. C. Blair 
L. R. Lang 
J. W. Lloyd 

N. W. Hepburn 
E. E. Hoskins 
S. V. Holt 
O. S. Fisher 
CO. Reed 
W. W. Yapp 
R. E. Brand 

II. A. Ruehe 

1 1. Fahrnkopf 

E. A. White 
J. B. Axdrews 
Roy Haxsex 

F. J. Blackburx 
W. H. Chambers 
W. A. K. Morkel 
F. C. Richey 

J. B. Rice 
M. E. Slater 
R. R. Sxapp 
R. H. Wilcox 

Seniors 

R. E. McDowell 
J. T. Mills 

C. R. NlCKOLLS 

A. A. Olsen 

B. H. Questel 
L. R. Rigg 

A. T. Semple 

W. M. Sutherland 

0. J. Troster 
II. M. Warnock 

Juniors 

B. W. Fairbanks 

1. W. Nelson 

G. II. DUGAN 



.'(,11 



ORGANIZATIONS 



Alpha Zeta 




CROSS NELSON OLSEN WARNOCK FAIRBANKS 

NICKOLLS MC DOWELL DUGAN BAIN BINDER 

MILLS FISHMAN SEMPLE KERN RIGG SUTHERLAND 

BRUINGTON F. BEBB MACDONALD CURTISS AUTEN E. A. BEBB TROSTER 



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ORGANIZATIONS 



Phi Alpha Delta 



PROFESSIONAL LAW FRATERNITY 

Founded at Kent College of Laiv, i8qJ 

Active Chapters 34 Alumni Chapters 12 

MAGRUDER CHAPTER 
Established 1904 Colors — Old Gold and Purple 

RESIDENT MEMBERS 

Roscoe Clark Dillavou, A.B., J.D. S. N. Kane. LL.B. 
|. B. McCormick, LL.B. Lynn S. Corbley, LL.B. 

A. B. Wright, A.M. 

MEMBERS IN THE FACULTY 
Charles E. Carpenter, M.A., LL.B. 

MEMBERS IN THE UNIVERSITY 

Seniors 
Fred H. Kelly Elliott Billman 

John William Freels T. Sherman Morgan 

Juniors - 
Guy E. McGaughey Frank Alvin Schoembs 

Essel Ray Dillavou Thomas Fenton McGowan 

Guy Benjamin Reno Curtis La Q. Day 

Sterling R. Cunningham Frank H. Geiles 

Russel Brooke Leidel 

Sophomores 
George Landon Roland E. Winkelman 

William Hugh Martin Oscar William Burgess 

Conrad Henson Karkow David A. Walford 

Marcus Chesney Carson 

Freshmen 
Forster I. Mitchell Winfrid Skelton 

James A. Petersen, Jr. Harold Emery 

Stephen A. Starr 



ORGANIZATIONS 




Phi Alpha Delta 




PETERSON DAY SK ELTON 

MITCHELL LANDON BURGESS (ARSON' EMERY STARK 

WARFORD WINKLEMANN GUYLER KARKOW LIEDEL MARTIN SCHOEMBS 

BILLMAN MCGOWAN DILLAVOU KELLY MC GAUGHEY FRIELS RENO CUNNINGHAM MORGAN 



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U 14 G AN IZATIONS 



Triangle 



CIVIL ENGINEERING FRATERNITY 

.\cti\c Chapters 4 Colors — ( )M Rose and Gray 

Established at the University of Illinois, njoj 

IK >N< >RARY MEMBERS 

[ra Osborn Baker, D.Engr. John Pascal Brooks, M.S. 

Melvin Lorenius Enger, C.E. Arthur Newell Talbot, C.E. 

RESIDENT MEMBERS 
Robert C. Wagner, Jr. Roy R. Zipprodt 

I I.XKKY II. M [LLER 

MEMBER IN THE FACULTY 
Harrison Frederick Gonnermann, B.S. 

MEMBERS IX THE UNIVERSITY 

Seniors 
Richard Newell Coolidge Leroy William Ledgerwood 

John Riley Donaldson P. Truman Moote 

Charles Everett Hungerfoed Joseph Moore McKeon 

Arthur R. Keller William Love Parish 

Armin Martin Kircher Albert Getten Stone 

( rEORGE Richard W'ii ite 

Juniors 
Dan Babcock Carl Oscar Mueller 

Leonard Pons Davis Herbert Edward Mueller 

Edward Bringle Erickson Edgar Theodore Mulford 

Charles McKinley Ettinger Frank Harlan Pierson 

Reginald Simon Fraser Charles Howard Sheppard 

James William Washburn 

Sophomores 
John Reed Hodge Norman Ellsworth Sprague 

Harold Leonard Senseman Alexander Dale Staples 



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ORGANIZATIONS 




Tnangl< 






STAPLES SHEPPARD SPRAGUE 

ETTINGER FRASER C.MUELLER H.MUELLER PIERSON MULFORD 

BABCOCK MOOTE PARISH ERICKSON MC KEON DAVIS WASHBURN 

STONE KELLER HUNGERFORD LEDGERWOOD WHITE COOLIDGE DONALDSON KIRCHER 



265 



R G A N 1 Z A T 1 X S 



Alpha Gamma Rho 



PR( >FESSK )NAL AGRICULTURAL FRATERNITY 
Founded at the University of Illinois, igo8 
Active Chapters g Colors — Dartmouth Green and ( )1< 

ALPHA CHAPTER 

Established ipo8 

MEMBERS IN THE FACULTY 



Eugene Davenport, LL.D. 
Fred Henry Rankin 
Sleeter Mull, M.S. 
Walter E. Joseph Ph.D. 
Henry Perly Risk, M.S. A. 



Chester O. Reed, B.S. 
Joseph H. Checkley, B.S. 
Alfred Gunderson, B.S. 
Fridel C. Richey, B.S. 
Claude I Carper, B.S. 



Joseph Ziesenheim, B.S 

MEMBERS IN THE UNIVERSITY 

Graduates 
Joseph Conrad Lawless Willard Williams 

Lester Ward Miner 



Seniors 



Emin Winthrop LIawkins 
Homer Irving Huntington 
William Otto Roessler 
Clifford Sharron Love 
Arthur Edward Mealiff 
Alexander Paul MacDonai.d 
James Bruce Henderson 
George Rogers Clark 
John Wesley Watson 
Robert Isaac Terry 
Rodman Fleming Vansant 
Duriun Ralph Downey 



Juniors 



1 [arold I [artman I [ensold 
Robert George Copenhaven 
Bohumil James Koptik 
Christian < Jross 
William Chaun< ey Savage 



Gold 



William Heine Sellards 
James Marshall Wanzer 
Dudley Winthrop Crane 
Horace Ballon Ingalls 
Arthur Truman Semple 
Rex Carr Eaton 
Robert Fdwin Gayle 
Wilbur Mills Sutherland 
Francis Richard Griffith 
Forrest Bebb 

( rEORGE CURTISS 

Thomas Cravens 

Walter Alexander Laing 
Carter Brown 
Thomas Trestox McEvoy 
Frank Howard Pethybridge 

Ion x Ward Nelson 



Bryant Franklin 



Frank Wilkinson Graves 

Sophomores 
Vkci'.i.L I 1 ENRY 

John Milton Birks 

Fresh in ('ii 



AVENS I ARRITHERS 



John William Iximan 



Akin ur Erk KSON 



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ORGANIZATIONS 




Alpha Gamma Rho 








COPENHAVEN HENSOLD CARRITHERS PURCELL BIRKS ERICKSON 

KIM AN KOPTIK NELSON LAING PETHYBRIDGE TERRY SAVAGE MC EVOY 

BROWN DOWNEY ROESSLER CURTISS SELLARDS LOVE EATON GROSS 

INI, ALLS MEALIFF (LARK GRIFFITH CRAVENS CRANE GAYLE HUNTINGTON SEMPLE 

VANSANT WATSON CROSBY HAWKINS MACDONALD RICHLY MINER BEBB 



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( ) K ( I A N 1 /. A T IONS 



Alpha Chi Sigma 



Active Chapters -'4 
Established 1908 



PR< IFESSIONAL CHEMICAL FRATERNITY 
Founded at the University of Wisconsin, 1002 

Alumni Chapters 3 
ZETA CHAPTER 

Colors — Prussian I Hue and Chronic Yellow 



M. C. Cook, B.S. 
F. L. Mickle, M.A. 
I. II. Olewine, B.S 



RESIDENT MEMBERS 

A. R. Powell, M.A. 
Waren Ruth, M.A 
Oscar S. Watkins, B.S. 

A. ( )SBORNE, B.S. 

MEMBERS IN THE FACUETV 



Edward Bartow, Ph.D. 
II. J. Broderson, Ph.D. 
B. Smith Hopkins, Ph.D. 
W. E. Joseph, Ph.D. 
E. F. Kohman, Ph.D. 



W. A. Noyes, Ph.D., LL.D. 
S. W. Parr, M.S. 
A. Y. Bleiniokr 
G. F. McFarland, Ph.D. 
A. L. Whiting, Ph.D. 
H. I!. Lewis, Ph.D. 



C. N. Davidson 
F. F. Footit 
W. D. Hatfield 
F. W. Tanner 
R. W. Tippet 
II. J. Yollweiler 



MEMBERS IN THE UNIVERSITY 

Graduates 

H. R. Lee 
R. VV. Hess 

F. W. MOHLMAN 

E. A. Rees 

H. A. WlNKELMANN 

H. J. Weiland 
A. J. Benner 

Seniors 



R. T. Goodrich 
F. C. Hahn 

S. D. KlRKPATRICK 

C. A. Zelle 

C. C. Baker 
H. B. Bramlet 
A. W. Landstrom 

L. H. Rverson 
T. O. West 11 a eer 
VV. G. Karr 
W. R. Bruce 



Juniors 



Pledges 



C. W. Lenzing 
C. W. Linder 
T. B. Lyon 
R. W. Morgan 

L. G. Krijg 

L. C. Maxwell 
W. V. Wirt 1 1 

II. VV. Moor 
G. P. Edwards 
K. C. Krugek 

I. X. 1 In.TMAN 



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(I R CAN 1 ZA'l IONS 




Alpha Chi Sigma 




EDWARDS LANDSTROM BRAMLET HULTMAN MAXWELL MOOR LARSON KRUEGER WIRTH 
BAKER LEXZIXG KRUG LINDER ZELLE MORGAN I. VOX HAHN KIKKl'ATRICK HESS 

POWELL COOK LEE YNTEMA WINKELMANN KARR REES OLEWINE HATFIELD 
H.WILISON BRUCE VOLLWEILER KOHMAN HOPKINS WHITING TIPPET RYERSON BISSEL MICKLE 



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ORGANIZATIONS 




FLEMMING 




WHAM 


WILLITS 




CLEM 


HINSHAW 


HIMSTEDT 





HAYES 

KNIGHT 

EWERT 



Delta Sigma Rho 



HONORARY ORATORICAL FRATERNITY 

Founded at Northwestern University, 1906 
Active Chapters 37 . Colors — Maroon and Black 

ILLINOIS CHAPTER 
Established 1906 
MEMBERS IN THE FACULTY 
Ralph Emerson Heilman, Ph.D. Lew R. Sarett, A.B, 

I 'all Van Brunt Jones, Ph.D. 
MEMBERS IN THE UNIVERSITY 
Graduates 
Benjamin Wham Vernon Thompson Stevens 

Frank Clifton Slater 
Seniors 
Ralph Ebner Himstedt Herbert Clarence Helm 

Donald Ashway Grossman Joseph Howard Hinshaw 

George Washington Bristow Leal Wiley Reese 

Junior 
Earl ( Cranston Ewert 
Sophomores 
Edward Bean Hayes Ward Mauris Willits 

Pledges 
Orlie Martin Clem Galen Victor Knight 

Denna Frank Flemming George Keyports Brady 



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ORGANIZATIONS 




PIHLGARD LEWIS 


COILE 


HUMPHREY BEHII. 


HOUGH 


BERNARD PETERSON 


MILLER 


SENSEMAN SMITH 


MARTIN- 


BEAUBIEN ZIMMERMAN 


DARRELL 


BURGER DILLENBACH 


MAC KECHNIE 


ASHBECK TITCOMB 


SIEFRIED 


TROECER JONES THORNE 


Xi )K MILE 



Scarab 



HONORARY ARCHITECTURAL FRATERNITY 



Active Chapters 3 



Founded at the University of Illinois, 1909 

KARNAK CHAPTER 
Establislied 1909 



Color — Yale Blue 



MEMBERS IN 
James McLaren White, B.S. 
Newton Alonzo Wells, M.P. 
Ralph Rodney Root, M.L.A. 
William C. Titcomb, B.S. 



\Y. L. Ashbeck 
W. R. Beaubien 
W. H. Hough 
W. W. Hubbard 
R. W. Liebsle 
R. W. MacKecknie 
C. W. McCump.er 
W. C. Peterson 



W. A. Behel 
C. S. Bernard 
S. H. Coti.k 
G. C I )arrell 
J. F. 1 1 ighberger 
R. H. Humph revs 



THE FACULTY 
Robert Taylor Janes, B.S. 
Frank Cushing Smith, M.L.A. 
Lemuel C. Dillenbock, M.A. 
Care Victor Burger, B.A. 
MEMBERS IN THE UNIVERSITY 
Seniors 

E. H. Pihlgard 
II. T. Rogers 

E. G. Schaumberg 
A. G. Siegfried 
H. A. Smith 

F. H. Thorne 
P. T. Troeger 

G. R. Wiitte 
A. C. Zim merman 

Juniors 

D. E. Jones 

E. G. Martin 
K. A. Mi leer 
J. Nor mile 
II. L. Senseman 
J. T. Lewis 



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() UGAN I ZAT ] o N S 



Scabbard and Blade 



HONORARY MILITARY SOCIETY 
hounded at Wisconsin University, kjo2 

COMPANY "F" 



Active Companies 12 



Established iqoo 



Captain G. B. Rice 
Captain J. D. White 



Colors — Red, White and Blue 



RESIDENT MEMBERS 



Major E. H. Poole 
Captain E. A. Doisey 

MEMBERS IN THE FACULTY 



Major F. D. Wep.ster, U. S. A. 
Sergeant F. W. Post, U. S. A. 

(Retired) 
Major W. J. Carmichael 



Captain R. N. Fargo 
Captain M. E. Slater 
Captain E. K. Augustus 
Captain L. E. Thorne 



MEMBERS IN THE UNIVERSITY 



Colonel E. Shelby Captain 

Major R. R. Thomas Captain 

Major O. J. Troster Captain 

Major R. S. Mason Captain 

Major G. Curtiss Captain 

Major R. A. Stein mayer . Captain 

Major D. E. Miller Captain 

Major C. W. McCumi:er Captain 

Captain C. N. Owen Captain 

Captain O. C. K. Hutchinson Captain 

Captain B. P. Reinsch Captain 

Captain E. O. C. Beatty Captain 

Captain K. C. Bell Captain 



L. S. Morrill 
I). W. Crane 
J. H. Gage 
R. D. Barnes 
E. F. PihlgarVj 
H. P. Greison 
M. C. Johnson 

L. R. LUMLEY 

H. A. Smith 

W. W. Shelden 

C. G. Hadden 

H. W. MacKechnie 

S. N. VlBELIUS 



272 



( ) R ( ; A X I Z A T I O N S 



Scabbard and Blade 




HAUDEN LUMLEY THOMAS JOHXSOX MORRILL 

PIHLGARD SMITH VIBELIUS REINSCH OWEN BELL GAGE 

BEATTY SHELDEN CRANE MACKECHNIE BARNES HUTCHINSON 

MASOX TROSTER SHELBY WF.RSTER MILLER CURTIS STEINMAYER 



273 



ORG \ N [ Z A T IONS 



Alpha Rho Chi 



1 

PROFESSIONAL ARCHITECTURAL FRATERNITY 

Founded at the University of Illinois and the University of Michigan, 1914 

ANTHEMIOS CHAPTER 



Active Chapters 3 



Alumni Chapters 1 



Colors — Maroon and Navy Blue 

HONORARY MEMBERS 

Nathan Clifford Ricker, Dr. Arch Joseph Corson Llewellyn, M.S. 

Loring Harvey Provine, B.S. Clarence Howard Blackall, M.S. 

Allen Holmes Kimball, M.S. Norman Foote Marsh, M.S. 

Joseph Mitchell Kellogg, M.Arch. George Wesley Bullard, M.S. 

MEMBER IN THE FACULTY 

William Sidney Wolfe, B.S. 

MEMBERS IN THE UNIVERSITY 



John Solomon Bartley 
Clinton Harriman Cowgill 
Francis Ellsworth Dunlap 
Edward George Hirt, Jr. 
Joseph Julian Patterson 
Charles Laurence Ritts 



Louis Noire Crawford 

Edward Lerch 

George Leonard Lindeberg 



Seniors 

Fred Andrew Rohn 
Fred Grafton Rounds 
Truman Jefferson Strong 
Ross Henry Thiele 
Glenn Herbert Thomas 
Karl Marshall Waggoner 

Juniors 

Gifford W. Lutes 
Harrison George Overend 
James Pierpont Pinkley 



Howard Weston Hovey 
Clifford Walter FIutton 
George Fred Keck 



Sophomores 
Edgar Irving Kober 

Pledges 

Edwin Eldwood Newcomb 
William Stuiir 
Brent Girdler Webb 



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ORGANIZATIONS 




Alpha Rho Chi 




HOVEV KECK STUHR HUTTON NEWCOMB 

PATTERSON KOBER CRAWFORD WAGGONER OVEREND THIELE 

PINKLEY DUNLAP LINDEBERG BARTLEY HIRT LERCH LUTES 

POHN RICKER STRONG THOMAS ROUNDS COWGILL RITTS PROVINE 



275 



ORCANIZ A TIONS 




G 



amma 



Alph; 





OR AOL* 


ATE SCIENTIFIC FRATERNITY 


Founded at Cornell Unit'c 


'rsity, 1899 


Colors — ( iold an< 






[LLIN( MS CHAPTER 










Established 1908 










RESIDENT MEMBERS 






T. 


R. Ball 


K. J. T. Ekblaw 


G. 


L. Peltier 


G. 


I). Heal 


N. W. Hepburn 


C. 


O. Reed 


R. 


L. BORGER 


R. S. Hulce 


F. 


W. Reed 


S. 


A. Braley 


R. K. IIursii 


I. 


L. Rich 


W 


. J. Carmiciiael 


L. V. James 


II 


L. RlETZ 


w 


. W. Denton 


L. C. Johnson 


G. 


McP. Smith 


I. 


\Y. Dickerson 


A. D. MacGtllivray 
H. J. Van Cleave 
ACTIVE MEMBERS 


I.. 


H. Smith 




P. L. Bayley 


D. T. Englis 




C. R. Neweli 




H. J. Be att ii-: 


I. T. Ford 




J. E. Nordby 




H. T. Booth 


C. F. Hill 




H. L. Olin 




J. M. Braham 


S. Karrer 




A. Peterson 




A. M. Brunson 


A. P. Kratz 




L. ( ). Potter f 




W. H. Chambers 


E. M. R. Lam key 




E. A. Rees 




E. E. Charlton 


R . II. Linkins 




F. C. RlCHEY 




J. L. Con el 


D. A. MacInnes 




E. Rorerts 




|. C. Crookee 


C. S. Marvel 




G. W. Sm 1 tii 




J. W. Davis 


F. W. Munch: 
CHAPTERS 








Cornell 




Illinois 




Johns 1 Iopkins 


Wisconsin 




Dartmouth 




m 


CHIGAN 




Chicago 




M 


tSSOURI 



Black 



276 



RGANIZATIONS 





K - - #-3 




Hfe *?■ 


















It V 








1 ^^^ 
PL 


Hh 1 3C 




6 




J 


.1 


rj 



OLIN GOOCH 

BREITSTADT WATSON LITTLE 

MITCHELL LACKEY MARKS 



HOLLO WAY FISHER 

LANCASTER DARDWELL WOOLMAN 

NEEDHAM WEBBER LIGGETT 



Phi Delta Psi 



SENIOR-JUNIOR HONORARY SOCIETY 

Established ipoo Colors — Green and Gold 

MEMBERS IN THE FACULTY 



Elizabeth Bryan 



Sehra E. Stevens 
Yerna Brooks 



MEMBERS IN THE UNIVERSITY 



Lucille Needham 
Kate Lackey 
Gertrude Weber 
Richardine Woolman 
Doris Holloway 
Irene Liggett 
Emma Breitstadt 
Gretcuen Gooch 



Ruth Lancaster 
Helen Vastine Fisher 
Laura Bardwell 
Grace Mitchell 
Lelia Watson 
Francis Marks 
Pauline Osborne 
Ethel Little 



277 



ORGAN] /. A T IONS 



t *» ? » 



COUNTRYMAN 

LOGAN HAGER BOSTON YOUNG DEVLIN WALTON 

GRIESON HALL AMES WHITLY JUDSON MACOMBER BROWN 

BEVIS SCHIESSWOHL DOYLE JOHNSTON JUNGKUNZ METZLER DIBELL 

BRADLEY POGUE MCCRACKEN MC F.LVEEN MILLER EMMOND JONES BRONSON 



Alpha Kappa Psi 



PROFESSIONAL COMMERCIAL FRATERNITY 

Founded at Ncrv York University, 1905 

Active Chapters 12 Flower — Chrysanthemum 

EPSILON CHAPTER 
Established 1912 Colors — Gold and Blue 

MEMBERS IN THE FACULTY 
David Kinley Hiram Scoville 

Maurice Robinson Lewis Young 

Nathan Weston William Castenholz 

Ralph Heilman Harrison McJohnston 

MEMBERS IN THE UNIVERSITY 
Seniors 
Harold Pogue 
John T. Bradley 
J. Russel Jones 
Wendell McCracken 
Hans P. Grieson 



Elliott S. Miller 
Rea Brown 
Roger Bronson 
G. C. Whitly 

Waldo Ames 
Paul Boston 
Bart Macomber 
Frank Judson 
Howard Walton 



Wyatt G. Emmond 
Ralph Schiesswoiil 
William T. McElveen 
A. L. Bevis 
John Doyle 
Harry Dibell 
Arthur Metzler 
Fred Jungkunz 
Dwight Johnston 
Juniors 

Irving Countryman- 
William Logan 
Emory G. Hall 
Julien Devlin 
Arthur T. Young 
I [enry M. Hager 



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ORGANIZATION? 




H A K R I S 



JOHN Mi.X 

SHELDEN 



ROSS BAK] R 

EPPINGER 



JUNGKUNZ 
RAIBOURN 



Beta Gamma Sigma 

HONORARY COMMERCIAL FRATERNITY 

ILLINOIS CHAPTER 

Established i<-)i2 

MEMBERS IN THE FACULTY 

Hon E. J. James, Ph.D. C. L. Stewart, Ph.D. 

Dean David Kinley, Ph.D. R. E. Heilman, Ph.D. 

Acting Dean X. A. Weston, Ph. D. IF. T. Scoville, A.B. 
M. II. Robinson, Ph.D. A. C. Littleton, A.B. 

(i. P. McMillen, A.B. 

MEMBERS IX TPIE UNIVERSITY 



Seniors 



Walter \\ w lia.m Sii elden 
Kenneth Dwight Puss 
Claude Raibourn 
I [arold Austin Pogue 
Maynard Wayne Iohnson 



Paul Kenneth Knight 



Leo Gabriel PIarris 
Pons Frederick Jungkunz 
John * Jeorge Eppinger 
Walter Earl Baker 
Walter Raymond Pierson 



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ORGANIZATIONS 




STEINMAYEB HUNGERFORD NORLIN FRASER 

MILLER LAWREN( I TOWER STIRTON COOLIDGE 

\SHBECK GRANT JOHNSON PENDARVIS HOUGH 



Sigma Tau 



SMITH 
HUTCHINSON 
BOLINGER 



Founded at the University of Nebraska, 190 ./ 
Active Chapters 10 Alumni Chapters 5 

THETA CHAPTER 
Established ipi 4 Colors — Blue and White 

MEMBERS IN THE FACULTY 
Philip Sheridan Biegler Melvin Lorenius Enger 

Alonzo Morris Buck Ira William Fisk 

John Adlum Dent Louis Allen Harding 

Ciiaki.es Alton Ellis Allen Hover McDaniel 

Charles Russ Richards 

MEMBERS IX THE UNIVERSITY 

Graduate 
Walter Arthur Gatward 



Seniors 



William Louis Ashbeck 
Emerson Franklin Bolinger 
Richard Newell Coolidge 
John Frier 
Clarence Todd Grant 
Waldern Henry Hough 
Charles Everett Hungerford 
Oliver Cromwell Hutchinson 



Reginald Simon Fraser 
Roland I Iall Lawrem e 



Juniors 



Maurice Carl Johnson 
Daniel Edwin Miller 
Fred Christopher Norlin 
Harry Reed Pendarvis 
I [ubert Argo Smith 
Reinhard A. Steinmayer 
James Crear Stirton 
Ralph Raymond Thomas 

James Hotchkiss Ticknor 
Alexander McJunkin Tower 



280 



O K G A N I Z A T 1 O N S 




ANDKRSON LAWRENCE 

PFEIFFER SCHICKENDANZ IiELSHAW GEEENHILL KING JACKMAN 

MILLER AVERY KLOPP Rl EFF GANTS HUTCHINSON 

SUNDELL (.I'M VANDENBOOM MASON MORRII.I JOHNSON NELSON 



Pi Tau Sigma 



PROFESSIONAL MECHANICAL ENGINEERING FRATERNITY 
Founded at University of Illinois, 1915 
ALPHA OF ILLINOIS CHAPTER 



Established iyi$ 



Colors — Dark Green and Wine 
MEMBERS IN THE FACULTY 



William Freeman Myrick Goss, M.S. Harry Willard Miller, M.E. 
George Alfred Goodenough, M.E. John Adlum Dent, M.E. 
Bruce Willet Benedict, B.S. Arthur Cutts Willard, B.S. 

Oscar Adolph Leutwiler, M.E. Lewis Allen Harding, M.E. 

Charles Rrss Richards, B.M.E., M.E., M.M.E. 

MEMBERS IX THE UNIVERSITY 



Owen Huntington Anderson 
Charles Franklin Belshaw 
Elwyn Tracy Gants 
I Carry Allen Gum 



Seniors 

Ross Sequine Mason 
Daniel Edwin Miller 
Leslie Sherman Morrill 
Adolph Lincoln Nelson 



Oliver Cromwell Kemp Hutchinson Joseph Alvin Rueff 
Charles Harold Jackman Louis Herman Schickendanz 



Maurice Carl Jon nson 
DeWitt Leonard Kin< 



Guy Thomas Avery 

1 [AROLD ( rREEN II ILL 



Roy Dehm Sundell 
Gerry Christopher Vanden Boom 
Charles ( !orr Klopp 
Juniors 

Rudolph Salisbury Pfeiffer 
George Kasson Squier 
Roland Hall Lawrence 



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ORGAN 1 Z A T IONS 



ft H 



BELLANY SPARKS VENABLE CARLSON BUTLER BROWN - C. KEMP MULLIKAN SKELTON 

l'ARR WHITMAN JOHNSON' BRUINGTON CHAPPELEAR W. NEWLIN A. KEMP BENHAM COBBI 

HEDGES WATSON BEACH K I At 1 1 TAYLOK C. NEWLIN SCHULER Si II Al.K DUNCAN 



Pi Pi Rho 



Founded at the University of Illinois, IQ15 

ALPHA CHAPTER 

Established 1913 Colors — Royal Purple and Green 

RESIDENT MEMBERS 
S. E. Fishes L. A. Boyce 

MEMBERS IN THE FACULTY 
C. N. Thompson C. I. Newlin 

A. W. Nolan G. B. McMillan 

MEMBERS IN THE UNIVERSITY 

Graduate 
Walter Jennings 

Seniors 

F. H. Beach 
M. A. Schai.k 

D. B. Schuler 

Juniors 

G. H. Duncan 
P. Douglas 
C. Chappelear 

Sophomores 

N. B. Benham 
G. F. Courtney 
Freshmen 

II. \V. Mullikan 
M. B. Skelton 
\Y. II. (\>v.v. 

< r. B. W'll UMAX 

E. R. Brown 

II. |. fOHNSON 



W. M. Keach 
B. A. Hedges 



L. R. Taylor 
A. R. Kemp 
R. M. Watson 

W. B. Newlin 
A. E. Parr 



W. Bellany 
K. E. Sparks 

II. I .. Venable 
P. ( Carlson 

( '. Kl.M I' 

< i. E, Butler 






ORGANIZATIONS 




KIMMEL ARBER MOORE BOYE PENDARVIS MC FALL BUNTING ANDREWS 

MORGAN BURNS BARGH DII.LAVOU BEAL 

WHAM GEORGE RENO STEVENS POOL MCGAUGHEY 

Innes of Court 

HONORARY LAW SOCIETY 

OFFICERS 

Guy B. Reno President 

Earnest Ff. Pool Vice-President 

Leslie G. George Secretary 

Benjamin Wham Treasurer 

MEMBER IN FACULTY 

William C. Hale 

MEMBERS IN THE UNIVERSITY 

Essel R. Dillavou Guy B. Reno 

Leslie G. George Benjamin Wham 

Guy E. McGaughey William P. Harris 

Wilbur O. Pendarvis Albert G. Webber 

Earnest H. Pool Vernon T. Stevens 

Pledges 
C. F. Kimmel W. F. Boye 

I'". V. Arber D. M. McFai.i. 

T. S. Morgan V. H. Duvall 

G. II. Bargh L. D. Bunting 

O. M. Burns R. C. Andrews 

W. H. Beal 



283 



ORGANIZATIONS 




MOTHER 
WILSON 



LEE 
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BROOKS 
BARTO 



PETERSON 

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micron 



Nu 



Lenore Richards 
Alice Carter 



HONORARY HOUSEHOLD SCIENCE SOCIETY 

Founded at Michigan Agricultural College, 1912 

Active Chapters 10 Colors — Lavender and Pink 

Flower — Sweet Pea 

EPSILON CHAPTER 

Established 1914 

RESIDENT MEMBERS 

Marie Rutenber 
Azora Lee 

MEMBERS IN THE FACULTY 
[sabel bevier grace llnder 

Ruth Wheeler Naomi Newburn 

( Irace Stevens 

MEMBERS IX THE UNIVERSITY 

Graduate 
Elizabeth Collom 

Seniors 

1 )ORIS J EAN I fOLLOWAY 

Lucile Needham 
Ellena Lee 
Julia Mottier 
Ethel Brooks 

In work Peterson 



I [arriet Barto 
Elizabeth Beyer 
Marguerite Ben nett 
i i ii da croll 
Isabella Wilson 



18 



ORGANIZATIONS 




MADDEN BROWX DOHERTY 

DOLE SCHWARTZ 

PER( tVAL RUEHE PAISLEY 

Mil Kappa Alpha 

HONORARY MUSICAL S< OETY ( >F THE UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS 

Established rpij 

HON( >RARY MEMBERS 

Dr. C. H. .Mills Prof. J. L. Erb 

MEMBERS IN THE UNIVERSITY 

Graduates 
Helen L. Madden Margaret I. Doherty 

1 'em broke 1 1. Brown 

Senior 
Mabel L. Ruehe 



Junior. 



Stella R. Percival 
Fay \Y. Swartz 



Sela R. Paisley 
Laura E. Dole 



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WEBSTER LINDSEV LOVELL IOLMIE TILLSON 

BILLMAN GILBERT STRONG I1AMII.L ARMSTRONG FISHER 



Lambda Tau Rho 



Founded at Ohio State University, ujio 
Established 1914 Active Chapters 5 

ORANGE CHAPTER 

RESIDENT MEMBERS 
L. W. Faulkner Dr. C. M. Coen 

MEMBERS IN THE UNIVERSITY 
Graduate 

W. A. Strong 

Seniors 

W. W. Gunkel 
1 1. E. Fisher 
F. V. Arber 

Juniors 

A. E. Tillson 
J. B. Carroll 



E. C. Hamill 
E. Billman 



M. M. Lovell 
J. H. Armstrong 

C. H. BURGSTON 
L. M. LlNDSEY 

G. G. Webster 
|. |. Patterson 



H. B. Dutton 
J. 1 1. Gilbert 
T. W. Tolmie 
Sophomores 

< i. ( fUILLIAMS 

G. Landon 



2S6 



ORGANIZATIONS 




MCKOWN LUNDEEN WILLIAMS FLEMM1NG MEYER AMSBARY 

LINDSTROM SELZER BRADLEY H. MUELLER EWER RITTER HAMILTON 

TICKNOR CARROLL BROWN GRAVEN BABCOCK C. MUELLER STODDARD SHERRICK 

Psi Mu 

PROFESSIONAL ARCHITECTURAL FRATERNITY 

Established ipi-f 



MEMBERS IN THE FACULTY 



Percy Ash, B.S., C.E. 
Ralph Edward Muehlman, 



B.S. 



William Macey Stanton, 
Ralph Stanley Fanning, 



B.S. 
B.S. 



M.S. 



MEMBERS IN THE UNIVERSITY 



Anker S. Graven 

M. MacDonald Lovell 

Tom Brown 

Dan Babcock 

Charles Bar Rowe 

LeRoy Bradley 

James Bernard Carroll 

Donald Allen Hamilton 

James Hotchkiss Ticknor 

Chester Albert Williams 

John H. Flemming 

Russell Leamer McKown 

John Harold Heindel 

Stanley E. Lindstrom 



Warren Badger Ewer 
Edwin George Roos 
Charles Henry Ruedi 
Carl Oscar Mueller 
Herbert Edward Mueller 
George Wellington Stoddard 
Curt Carl Lundeen 
Ernest L. Stouffer 
Harry O. Bartlett 
Jack G. Ritter 
Carl T. Meyer 
Paul Donald Amsbary 
Louis J. Selzer 
John C. Sherrick 



287 



ORGAN! /. A T I N S 




ARMSTRONG KENNEDY EMMOND KING BILLMAN SCOTT 

BARBER HAINES BLOCK HOPKINS HALBURGE MC EVOY MORGAN 

WHITNEL THOMPSON MC GAUGHEY BURNS HIMSTEDT HAGEN 

GEORGE NORI.IN MURPHY SELLARDS RAPF MINER CRANE 



Comitatus 



HONORARY DEMOCRATIC FRATERNITY 



Established 1913 



Colors — Blue and Gray 
MEMBERS IN THE UNIVERSITY 



W. H. Sellards 
F. C. Norlin 
I. T. Bradley 

0. M. Burns 
J. P. Crebs 
Howard Murphy 
T. A. Hagen 

E. BlLLMAN 

W. G. Emmond 
W. W. Hart 

V. W. Carr 
K. Kennedy 
R. T. Newlin 
T. T. McEvoy 

1. H. Armstrong 
E. H. King 

D. E. Jones 



Seniors 



Juniors 



1). W. Crane 
R. A. Scott 

E. S. Block 

R. E. Himstedt 
C. M. Half, urge 
T. S. Morgan 

F. L. Haines 
J. K. Barber 

G. E. McGalighey 

J. WlIITNEL 

M. G. Silver 

G. S. Thompson 

H. R. Cox 

E. C. Hopkins 

J. H. Rapp 

L. G. George 

Howard Ferguson 



288 



O R G A N I Z A T I O N S 





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KING 
SEIGMUND 
SILVER NELSON 



Established iqo6 



FLANNERY EOSTON RUEDI GIFFORD RUELING 

WHITEMORE BEHEL COLTON STILES COX VVEEMS 

MEYER BURTON COUNTRYMAN MACOMBER HALL 



Ku Klux Klan 



Color — Black 



1. Delta Tau Delta 

Ralph Eglev Gifford 

2. Sigma Chi 

Charles Flannery 

3. Kappa Sigma 

Robert A. Burton, Jr. 

4. Phi Kappa Sigma 

Edward Herschel King 

5. Phi Delta Theta 

Emory George Hall 

6. Alpha Tau Omega 

Paul McCauley Boston 

7. Phi Gamma Delta 

Edward Thome Colton 

8. Sigma Alpha Epsilon 

Henry Ray Cox 

9. Beta Theta Pi 

William Oscar Nelson 
10. Sigma Na 

Humphreys Oliver Siegmund 
21. Chi Psi 

Clarenc 



1 1. Phi Kappa Psi 

Franklin Bartlett Macomber 

12. Delta Kappa Epsilon 

Raymond Edward Meyer 

13. Delta Upsilon 

Waldo Boynton Ames 

14. Theta Delta Chi 

Milton Gans Silver 

15. Alpha Sigma Phi 

Lerov Christie Stiles 

16. Zeta Psi 

Kenneth Stoddard Whitemore 

17. Phi Sigma Kappa 

Charles Henry Rued: 

18. Psi Upsilon 

Wesley Arthur Behel 

19. Alpha Delta Phi 

Charles Lee Weems 

20. Chi Phi 

Irving Byron Countryman 

e Weiss Reuling 



289 









ORG A X 


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ACTIVE 


MEMBERS 


Colors — Blue and White 


Delia 

c. 

G. 


Tan 
V. 
B. 


Delta 
Allan 

GuiLLIAMS 


M 
C. 


Kappa Epsilon 
. Campbell 
S. Collins 


Sigma 
G. 
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Ch\ 

W. 

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Godfrey 

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Delta 
T, 
J. 


Upsilon 
H. McCormack 
B. Felmly 


Kappa 
L. 

N. 


Sigma 
C. Ray 
R. Booth 




Tlieta 
J- 
J- 


/V//u C/n' 
W. Sheddon 
H. Ghislin 



Phi Kappa Sigma 

L. Westenhaver 
R. C. Paddock 

Phi Delta Tlieta 
M. M. Hart 
R. L. Eaton 

Alpha Tan Omega 
S. M. Julian 
A. N. Reece 

Phi Gamma Delta 
A. C. Bromm 
W. G. Read 

Sigma Alpha Epsilon 
P. P. Knight 
G. Davidson 

Beta Thcta Pi 
R. R. Kraft 
S. D. Petter 

Sigma Nu 

C. A. Pavey 
R. A. Cowles 

Phi Kappa Psi 
J. C. Craft 
J. W. Varner 



Zeta Psi 

J. S. McCarrol 
W. B. Hostetler 

Phi Sigma Kappa 
J. W. Dietz 
L. J. Selzer 

Psi Upsilon 

W. E. Hayne 
J. M. Cook 

Alpha Delta Phi 
R. W. Phalen 
H. W. Moore 

Chi Psi 

M. Petersen 
A. H. Bolling 

Alpha Sigma Phi 
C. L. Starkel 

A. S. Van Deusen 

Chi Phi 

M. M. Benson 
J. N. Cost 

Acacia 

L. S. Foote 
R. T. Olmsted 



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Helmet Club 



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GODFREY OLMSTED KRAFT BOLLING 

STARKEL MC CORMACK CRAFT HOSTETLER 

CAMPBELL COOK GHISLIN SHEDDON 
ALLAN PADDOCK COST VAN DEUSEN GUILLIAMS 
PHALEN HART PAVEY DAVIDSON RA' 



HAYNE BOESCHENSTEIN BENSON 

DIETZ JULIAN MC CARROL BROMM 

COWLES READ FELMLY BOOTH 

KNIGHT COLLINS EATON PETERSEN FOOTfl 



MOORE PETTFR 



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SELZER 



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ORGAN [ Z AT I O N S 



Nu Sigma Nu 

Founded at the University of Michigan, i88i 



Active Chapters 31 



Colors— Wine and White 

ETA CHAPTER 

Established 1892 

RESIDENT MEMBERSi-303 

MEMBERS IX THE FACULTY 



W. E. Quine 
( ). A. King 
I). A. K. Steele 
C. S. Williamson 
T. A. Davis 
W. M. Harsha 
J. L. Porter 
F. R. Sherwood 

I 1. I '.Y FORD 



T. I). Moore 
F. G. Dyar 

F. T. I [arris 

G. C. Beck 
P. B. Wel« 11 

|. Weatherson 
P. II. Holmes 
A. K. Stangland 
W. C. Jones 



I 1. S.M II II 

F. 1 1. I Iorstman 
I'".. R. Hayhurst 
J. M. Berger 
C. C. Clement 

I. W. BlRK 

I'.. I.. T. Woods 

C. A. Woods 

W. 1 1. Burmeister 



MEMBERS IN THE UNIVERSITY 
Seniors 



i [arold mortinier < rlover 
Marcus Bryed Wilson- 
Lloyd Emerson Smith 
Daniel Willi vm Jefferies 
Edward John < Ioggin 
Edwin [udge Barnatt 



Edward Charles Meggers 
Maurice Aurrlius Berge 
Iames Rohin Tefff.ry, Jr. 



Maury Holcolm McRae 
Victor Finsand 

Ward Cooper 
I Iarry Hults Wilson 
James Melvin Severson 
III-: x ry Ben j am in Rama x 



Juniors 



I [oward Edward Curl 
George Edward Sanders 
( >scar I 'all I!. Headland 



James 1 If.xry Ray 

Sophomores 
Thomas Burtox Xii.es Murphy Guy Leon Wagoner 

Arthur Henry Orcutt Raymond Iohn Mercey 



Freshmen 



Cliff Oakley Armstrong 
Fred Martin Rankin 
Jul ( (liver Peterson 
Leonard Cleaince Whitmire 



! >s\vell Euvan Morix 
Everett Clyde Kfli.ey 
Earle Wilbur Williamson 
I .mis Peter Groos 



( Jrville Everett Barbour 



292 



ORGANIZATIONS 




Nu Sigma Nu 




BARBOUR GROOS MORIN WHITMIRE PETERSON MERCEV 

RAY RANKIN KELLEY MURPHY HEADLAND WAGONER ORCUTT ARMSTRONG 

MEGGERS JEFFREY CURL GOGGIN JEFFRIES SMITH SANDERS . BERGE 

FINSAND H. H. WILSON RAMAN GLOVER M.B.WILSON COOPER MC RAE BARNETT 



293 



O R G A N I Z A TIONS 




Virgil M. Gilchrist 
Ruth McGuire 



Mar^ 



Gertrude E. Moulton 
Clara Ochs 
Edith Williams 



Alpha Epsilon Iota 



Founded at the University of Michigan, iSijo 

Active Chapters 11 Colors — Black, White and Green 

Established at the University of Illinois, iSycj 

DELTA CHAPTER 
RESIDENT AND FACULTY MEMBERS 



Dr. 


Mabel Adams 


Dr. 


Hie Din Lin 


Dr. 


Harriet Alexander 


Dr. 


Mary G. McEwan 


Dr. 


Alice B. Brown 


Dr. 


Eleanor Masslow 


Dr. 


Jessie D. Carpenter 


Dr. 


Eva Prescott 


Dr. 


Frances Cepelka 


Dr. 


Katherine B. Rich 


Dr. 


Felicia Cienciara 


Dr. 


Eliza Root 


Dr. 


Selma O. Colbe 


Dr. 


Rose I. Sutter 


Dr. 


Alice I. Conklin 


Dr. 


Helen M. Sasco 


Miss Delphia Culver 


Dr. 


Clara P. Seippel 


Dr. 


Eugenia Culver 


Dr. 


Georgiana Theobald 


Dr. 


Leora E. Daves 


Dr. 


Laura Tomhagen 


Dr. 


Effie V. Davis 


Dr. 


Gertrude Thompson 


Dr. 


Meta E. Franke 


Dr. 


Adelaide Tyrrell 


Dr. 


Clara Gottschalk 


Dr. 


Elizabeth Van Hoesen 


Dr. 


Armina Sears Hill 


Dr. 


Bertha Van Hoosen 


Dr. 


Nora Johnson 


Dr. 


Marion Weigiitman 


Dr. 


Mary J. Kearsley 


Dr. 


Mabel F. Weissbrenner 




Dr. 


Rachelle Yarros 



294 



ORGANIZATIONS 




ALDEN HUMPHREY 

UPP BONNEY BOSTIK 

JARRETT FRANZWA SMITH 



WHITE 


MEIER 


LITSCHER 


CONDIT 


CUSICK 


JOHNSON 


DOLSON 


WOOD 


LEE JOHNSON 



Delta Sigma Delta 

Founded at the University of Michigan, 1883 

Active Chapters, 20 

RHO CHAPTER 



Established 1901 



Colors — Garnet and Blue 

MEMBERS IN THE FACULTY 

Frederick Brown Moorehead Solomon Perry Starr 

Donald MacKay Gallie Frank Joseph Bernard 

George Walter Dittmar John C. McGuire 

Frederick Bogue Noyes Edward John Krejci 

Louis Schultz Melzor William Deist 

Louis E. Bake W. Ira Williams 



H. R. Alden 
T. C. Bonney 
E. J. Bostik 
H. S. Condit 
Wm. A. Cusick 
E. E. Johnson 



L. G. White 
C. S. Lee 
J. L. Dolson 



MEMBERS IN THE UNIVERSITY 
Seniors 

R. I. Humphrey 

E. G. Johnson 
A. A. Litscher 
P. W. Smith 
M. T. Wood 
R. W. Upp 

L. F. Meier 

Juniors 

D. E. Ihde 

F. A. Jarrett 
C. F. Franzwa 

H. R. Johnson 



295 



ORGANIZATIONS 



Alpha Kappa Kappa 



Established 1800 



Founded at Dartmouth College, 1881 
Active ( Chapters 41 
ETA CHAPTER 

Colors — White and Green 

MEMBERS IX THE FACULTY 



I II AKI.KS I >AVIDSON, M.l >. 

Xokvai. Pierce, M.D. 
X. I. Seifert, M.D. 
Cecie V. Bachille, M.D. 
Jonathan B. Loring, M.l ). 



William Elliott Gamble, M.D. 
William Fuller, M.D. 
I. Hayes Hess, M.D. 

E. K. FlNDLAY, M.D. 

|oii\ Eddy I [askell, M.D. 



Edward Lewis Heintz, Ph.G., M.D. George J. Lorch, M.D. 



Charles II. Ph iilr, M.D. 
Henry Eugene Irish. M.D. 
John Ross I [arger, M.I ). 
William Raymond McNealy, M.D. 
Archie James Graham, M.D. 
F. Raymond Crooks, M.D. 
Edward L Slavik, M.D. 



Howard Oscar Shafer, M.D. 
Wesley J. Woolston, M.D. 
Edward K. Armstrong, M.D. 
Lyndon 1 1 arris, M.D. 
Jacob Karl Kraft, M.D. 
Ray L Furley, M.D. 
Wilbur M. French, M.D. 



Ri< harp Charles Stephan, M.D. 

MEMBERS IX THE UNIVERSITY 

Seniors 
Victor Hugo Hasek, B.S. Russell Adams Gilmore 

Lewis Edwin Joel Browne, B.S. 



M A.RTIN B. JELLIFFE 

I [artley F. Mars, I'h.C. 
Leon Wade Martin. Ph.C. 
Ned Amos Welden 
William A. Baker 



Edward F. Si adek, B.S. 



I A. MLS Featherstone, V.B. 
F. M. Hyatt 



Juniors 

I [erbert R. Royster 
Paul R. Huber, Ph.C. 
Frank J. Sauer 
Herbert C. Carruthers 
Arnold K. Sutch 

Sophomores 

( rEORGE KoPTl K, U.S. 



Pledges 



D. W. Propst, A. P.. 
I [enry I. McCoy 



( iuSTAV I . I I LLDEBR VND 



296 



ORGANIZATIONS 



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Alpha Kappa Kappa 





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SUTCH MARTIN HYATT MARS SLADEK PROPST 

HUBER SAUER KOPTIK BAKER WELDON FEATHERSTONE 

BROWNE HASEK DR. IRISH GILMORE ROYSTER TELLIFFE 



297 



ORGANIZATIONS 



Founded 1801 



Established 1002 



Phi Beta Pi 



IOTA CHAPTER 



MEMBERS IX THE FACULTY 



Incorporated l8p8 
Active Chapters 40 



Charles S. Bacon, A.M., Ph.B., M.D. Elmer E. Schnoor, M.D. 

George I'. Dreyer, A.M.. Ph.D., Charles E. Humiston, M.D. 

L. Harrison Mettler, A.M., M.D. Otto H. Rohrlock, Ph.G., M.D. 

William H. Browne, B.S. Harry J. Smejkal, M.D. 

F. Lee Stone, M.D. Franklin S. Wilson. Ph.G. M.D. 



C. I. Fisher, M.D. 



F. E. Earel 

A. J. Cross 

A. A. Clark 

B. J. Kulasavicz 
M. J. Capron 

R. G. Kline 

H. H. HUGHART 

C. W. Olson 



B. O. Dysart 



W. A. Malcolm 
E. J. Schmidt 



M. L. Blatt, M.D. 
L. C. Quinn, M.D. 

MEMBERS IN THE UNIVERSITY" 
Seniors 

J. E. TOOTIIAKER 



W. C. Blim 

R. A. MOFFETT 

C. G. Appelle 
J. F. Bennett 

Juniors 

E. R. May 
C. B. Grissom 
A. Dvorak 
H. V. L. Sapper 

Sophomores 

L. F. Waldmann 
R. A. Anderson 



Freshmen 



E. J. Smith 
J'. W. Tranter 



29S 



ORGANIZATIONS 




Phi Beta Pi 




DYSART MAY APPELLE 

MOFFETT TRANTER 

BENNETT CROSS 



KULASAVICZ ANHERSON EICHLER MALCOLM 

HUGHART WALDMANN MOORE S. BLIM 

EAREL W. BLIM CAPRON GRISSOM 



299 



ORGAN ' '.'. A T I U N S 



Alpha Omega Alpha 

"Td He Worthy To Serve- the Suffering" 

HONORARY MEDICAL FRATERNITY 

Founded at the University of Illinois, i<>c2 

Active Chapters 19 

ALPHA CHAPTER 




ACTIVE MEMBERS 
\V. Cooper M. B. Wilson R. M. Bowell 

MEMBERS IN THE FACULTY 



William E. Quine J. Brown Loring 

I). A. K. Steele Frank D. Moore 

Charles S. Williamson William M. Harsha 

Ernest Sisson Moore John Weatherson 

Charles Sumner Bacon Frederick (1. Harris 

|(ui.\ Lincoln Porter Frederick G. Dyas 



Channing W. Barrett 
Frederick Tice 

( 'll AKI.KS I >AVISON 

Casey A. Wood 

L. Harrison Mettlek 



Bernard Fax its 
Joh x Ross I [arger 
Walter C. 1 1 am mond 
Frank Lee Stone 
Raymond W. McNealy 



Ion n II. Stokes 



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( rEORGE W. 1'oST, Jr. 

Robert Mosser 
Adoli'ii I [artung 
John Milton Berger 
John E. Haskell 
Jon x 1 1. Edgecom p. 
Franklin S. Wilson 
Josiah J. Moore 
Clarence J. McMullen 
I ' m 1 B. Welch 
Arrie Bam berger 
ari. Albert Meyer 



300 



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SHALEK LINCOLN SCHILTZ MERSHIMER ANDERSON BAtRD 

ALLGIER RECKARD OSTROWSKI Mi ' VEY FELZ 



PsiO 



mega 



Established 1903 



Founded at Baltimore College of Dentistry, 1892 

Active Chapters 43 

BETA ALPHA CHAPTER 

Colors — I 'ale I Hue and White 
FRATRES IX C< )LLEGIO 
Seniors 



R. G. Lincoln 



J. 1). Mershi mer 
M. R. Anderson 
W. (i. Baird 
I. [aros 
T. R. Felz 



L. C. Murphy 

I. II. Allgier 

L. A. ( ioRIIAM 



Junior. 



A. G. Person 



V. J. Shalek 
A. F. Sch ILT7 
Chas. Xe.\ik< ek 
t. ( )strowski 
II. |. Reckard 



freshmen 



L. I. McVey. 
J. S. Owen 
E. Fitzgerald 



301 



( I K ( ) A N I Z A T I O N S 




KING 


SANDROCK 


COTTON 


M VRCHAN 


WEDGE 


BOW ELL 


LEII1INER 


NORTON 


COEN 


TOM LIN 


PETERSON 


BIVINGS 


TIEDEMAN 


ELSTON 


JACOBSEN 



Phi Chi 



1 

MEDICAL FRATERNITY 

Founded at the University of Vermont, 1889 

Active Chapters 39 Colors — Green and White 

Nil BETA CI J AFTER 
MEMBERS IX THE FACULTY 

Richard Hunt Brown Howakd G. Ballinger 

Josiaii J. Moore French S. Cary 

William Chester Smith Richard Root Ruppert 

Walteb Bradford Metc vi 1 
In Mcmoriam- -W. R. Edwards — October 9, 1015 



302 



ORGANIZATIONS 





C.G.At 



CP.ECK 




*" Alpha Chanter ~*£ 



Alpna map 

imoivu v Medical Fraternity 
University ol Illinois 



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303 



R G A \ I Z A T I N S 



Phi Rho Sigma 



Founded at Northwestern University Medical School, 1890 

Active Chapters 28 Alumni Chapters 6 

Established 1894 Colors — Scarlet and Old Gold 

FRATERS IX FACULTATE 



Daniel X. Eisendrath, A.B., M.D. 

Frederick Tick, M.l). 

Jos. McIntyre Patton, M.D. 

Chas. M. [acobs, M.D. 

M. L. Goodkind, M.D. 

E. M. Brown, M.D. 

F. H. Falls, A.B., M.D. 
Rov G. Pearce, A.B., M.D. 
John A. Cavanaugh, M.D. 
A. D. Ferguson, M.D., 
Robert E. Flannery, M.D. 
I. H. Edgecomb, M.D. 

P. M. 



II. I'.. Culver, B.S., M.D. 
Bernard Fantus, M.D. 
Channing W. Barrett, M.D. 
Nelson M. Perc y, M.D. 
Adolph Gehrmann, M.D. 
Albert E. Halstead. M.D. 
Geo. F. Thompson, M.D., U.S. 
G. W. Post, P.S., A.M., M.D. 
Frank Chauvet, C.E., M.D. 
Edward A. Corcoran, M.D. 
Edward F. Fox, M.D. 
Chas. W. Stigman, M.D. 
Dale, M.D. 



FRATERS IX UNIYERSITATE 



Robert I. Barickman 
Pliny W. Blodgett 
Edward A. Brucker 
Blaine W. Claypool 
James W. Cooper 
Arthur M. Evans 
Leo V. Gates 



Victor S. Armstrong 
Harry W. Benjamin 
William A. Byrnes 



Fred E. Carpenter 



Walter J. Connel 

II. J. I I ANSON 

Pall M. Hardinger 



Seniors 

P. R. Ho.mmel 
Gerald C. Hunt 
Hugh F. Meacham 
Wm. P. Preston 
John L. Rock 
Samuel J. Rowland 
Arthur K. Spiering 

Juniors 

Waldo E. ( Iolden 
Louis Iverson 
R. Chas. Radabaugh 
Adam Szwajkart 

Sophomores 

George W. Schelm 

Freshmen 

1 Ienry E. Oliver 
II. M. Tharpe 
E. PERKY Vaughan 
G. Lynn Weaver 



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CARPENTER VAUGHAN BENJAMIN THARPE HARBINGER HANSON WEAVER 

IVERSON ROWLAND SCHELM COOPER RADABAUGH GOLDEN BYRNES OLIVER 

SPIERING GATES BLODGETT BARICKMAN ROCK BRUCKER CLAYPOOL 



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ALICE HALL 
C. ARMINTA MATTHEWS 
S. HENRIETTA FREDERICKSON 



ETHEL ROSENHEIM EDNA K. SEXSMITH 

A. BEULAH CUSHMAN HANNA J. BEATTY 

GRACE M. HAWTHORNE H. PEARL KUTZENBERGER 



Nu Sigma Phi 



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Founded at the University of Illinois, 1898 
Active Chapters 8 Colors — Green and White 

ALPHA CHAPTER 
Resident Members Alpha Chapter — 117 
MEMBERS IN THE FACULTY 
Dr. Lois Lvndsay Wynekoop Dr. Rachel Watkins 

Metta Loom is Dr. M. Kapsa 

ACTIVE MEMBERS 
Am e Hall, B.A. A. Beulaii Cusiiman 

C. Akminta Matthews Grace M. Hawthorne 

S. Henrietta Frederickson Edna K. Sexsmitii 

Ethel Rosenheim Hannah J. Beatty 

H. Pearl Kutzenberger 



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ORGANIZATIONS 




FRIER 
PIHI.GARD 



BURTON CURTIS 

LUMLEY KIRCHER MILLS 

GREISON ALWOOD BRONSON JUDSON 



Alpha Delta Sigma 



Founded at the University of Missouri, 1913 

HONORARY JOURNALISTIC FRATERNITY 

Devoted to Practical Advertising 

ILLINOIS CHAPTER 

Established March 24, 1914 

MEMBER IN THE FACULTY 
Harrison McJohnson 

MEMBERS IN THE UNIVERSITY 

Seniors 
H. H. Almond H. P. Greison 

John Frier 



R. B. Bronson 
A. M. Kircher 
K. G. Brown 

E. F. PlHLGARD 



R. A. Burton 



Juniors 



George Curtiss 
L. R. Lumi.ey 

J. T. Mills 

F. M. Judson 



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Farm House 



Founded at the University of Missouri, 1905 

Active Chapters 3 Colors — Green, White and Gold 

[LLIN( )IS CHAPTER 
Established T914 

RESIDENT MEMBER 
W11.1.1AM Robert Jones 

MEMBERS IX THE FACULTY 

Henry Perly Rusk, M.S. James Wilbur Whisenand, U.S. 

John Benjamin Rice, 1'>.S. 

MEMBERS IX THE UNIVERSITY 

Seniors 
Arthur Truman Semple Benjamin Harrison Questel 

John Erwin Shields Earl Vivian Brlhngton 

George Samuel Hedrick George Arthur Cross 

Leslie Lyman I Iunt 

Juniors 
Warren Rees Horney Ben Cooper Eade 

Herbert Stassen Hinrichs George Frederick Binder 

Berthier Wesley Fairbanks Lloyd Walton Chalcraft 

Raymond Leslie Reese Arthur Alexis Olsen 

Sophomores 
David Felmey Merker Ernest Ruben Moburg 

George Bruington Whitman Loie James Honnold 

Ralph Montgomery Picken Delos Maurice Chalcraft 

Frank Spangler Drown 



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Farm House 




HONNOLD 
REESE BINDER EADE 

WHITMAN MF.RKER 

CROSS BRUINGTON RICE 



0. I HALCRAFT 
L. CHALCRAFT OLSEN 

HUNT SHIELDS 

SEMPLE HEDRICK 



I'h KEN 

BROWN HINRICHS 

MOBURG HORNEY 

WHISENAND QUESTEL 



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ORGANIZATIONS 




RADCLIFFE CLARK HUNT BROWNING CRAWFORD BATES ROBERTSON 

KEESE HURSH WRIGHT WILLIAMS DANIELSON 

TREISCHEL DEAVER LYON MILLSON HOEHN BUCKNER 



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PROFESSIONAL CERAMIC FRATERNITY 

Founded at the University of Illinois, iyi^ 

HONORARY MEMBERS 

Ray Thomas Stull, E.M. Ralph Kent Hursh, B.S. 

ACTIVE MEMBERS 



A. E. Williams 



L. A. Deaver 
C. C. Treischel 
F. J. Hoehn 

W'.'C. MlLLSOM 



J. W. Wright 
II. ( i. Keese 



Graduates 

B. S. Radcliffe 
R. R. Danielson 

Seniors 

A. S. Buckner 
H. S. Robertson 
F. S. Hunt 
H. E. Clark 
J. B. Lyon 

Juniors 

T. S. Browning, 
J. L. Crawford 
C. E. Bates 



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ORGANIZATIONS 



Senior Illinae 

Organised 1912 
OFFICERS 

>E!TO \LlWlt 

JCKR 

Gertrude T. Weber .. ...President 

Laura Bardwell Vice-President 

Mary Jane Lawless Treasurer 

Winifred McClure Secretary 

Susan Hosford Sergeant-at-Arms 

Junior Illinae 

Organized 1912 
OFFICERS 





Leone Merritt . ....President 

Florence Kern Vice-President 

Hester Ann Allyn Historian 

Helen Kirkpatrick Secretary 

Ruth Kincaid Treasurer 

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STUDENT 
COUNCIL 



LOGAN 




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ORGANIZATIONS 



Student Council 



Pubpose: The Organisation and Systematizing of all Class Customs and Privi- 
leges, and the Direction and Management of all Other Matters Pertaining to 
the Best Interests of the University of Illinois, which Come Within the 
Provision of the Student Body. 



OFFICERS 

John Powell Crebs President 

( )wen M. IiuRxs Vice-President 

Gerry C. Vandenboom.... Secretary 

Sterling R. Cunningham Treasurer 



MEMBERS 



John Powell Crebs 
( )wen M. Burns 
Gerry C. Vandenboom 
Elmo Paul Hon. max 
Francis Dickerson Griffith 

Waldo 



Emory ( jeorge Hall 
Sterling R. Cunningham 
Scott McNulta 

William Thomas McElveen, Jr. 
Frank Allyn Logan 
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ORGANIZATIONS 




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RJlAGEN 



STUDENT 

UNION 



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O R G A N I Z A T IONS 



Illinois Union 



Purpose: To promote Illinois Spirit by all possible means, more especially by 
the erection and maintenance of a Union Building. 

OFFICERS 

Wendell Kemp McCracken President 

Forest Bebb Vice-President 

Maurice Edwin Reagan Secretary 

Daniel Edwin Miller Treasurer 



VICE-PRESIDENTS OF COLLEGES 

William Louis Asiibeck Engineering 

Dumas VanDeren McFall Liberal Arts 

Leslie Robert Lumley Agriculture 

Nuel Dinsmore Belnap Law 



JUNIOR REPRESENTATIVES 

Donald Romain Moffett Eugene Canfield Hopkins 

Harry Darby Milton Gans Silver 

Clyde Harold Burgston James Hotchkiss Tichnor 

Irving Byron Countryman 



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ORGANIZATIONS 



Philomathean Literary Society 

Founded March "J, 1868 
Motto — "Come I'p Higher" Colors — Crimson and White 

MEMBERS IX THE FACULTY 

Charles Frederick IIottes, Ph.D. Jeremiah George Mosier, B.S. 
Thomas Arkle Ci.ark, B.L. James M. W'iiita, 15. S. 

MEMBERS IX THE UNIVERSITY 

Graduates 
Pembroke II. Brown Joseph Howard Hinshaw 

Wilbur Otis Pendarvis 

Seniors 

Elmore George Ernst Paul Peter Kiessig 

Walter Blaine Felger Robert Herman Klamt 

Hans Peter Greison William Stanton Ladd 

William Whitney GridLey L. J. Ludwig 

Ralph Ebner Himstedt L. R. Lumley 

Elmer Paul Hohman Leo Gay McAfee 

Leal Wiley Reese 

Juniors 
Charles Arthur Drake Anthony Ready Could 

Robert Henry Engle Charles J. Howard 

Earl Cranston Ewert Thaddeus L. Montgomery 

Karl Epstein Percy Wright Ott 

Michael Joseph Faletti Charles Shattuck Palmer 

Merrill Clifford Faulk Clarence W. Smith 

Stephen Albert Walser 

Sophomores 
Philip Ward Carbaugh Charles Gerard Howard 

Lorenzo Stephen Foote Roscoe Thomas Olmsted 

Edward Bean Hayes Nelson Edward Shelby 

W. M. Willitz 

Freshmen 
Fred Tyron Bowditch G. Knight 

Horace Bryan Garman Emanual Rosenberg 

John Robert Johnson John II. Waldo 



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Philomathean Literary Society 



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HIMSTEDT GARMAN GOULD EOWDITCH JOHNSON FAULK WALSER OLMSTED 

CREISOX SHELDON FOOTE FELGER GRIDLEY KNIGHT PALMER HOWARD 

EPSTEIN ENGLE HAVES LUDWIG I. ADD DRAKE CARBAUGH EALETTI 

ERNST KI.AMT WILLITZ HOHMAX REESE KIESSIG BROWN HINSHAW PENDARVIS 



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Alethenai Literary Society 

Founded at the University of Illinois, 1871 
Active Chapters 3 Colors — Yellow and White 

OFFICERS 

Luc 1 Lie Needham President 

Frances Marks Yice-I 'resident 

Ruth Kincaid Recording Secretary 

Catherine Needham Corresponding Secretary 

Eunice Badger Treasurer 



Martha Kyle 
Margaret Herdman 



MEMBERS IX THE FACULTY 

Sada Ann is Harbarger 
Elizabeth Bryan 
Marion Sparks 



MFM1IHRS IX TIN-: UXIVERSITY 



Seniors 



I lARRIET DARTO 

Marguerite Bennett 
Mildred Drew 
I 1i:len Fisher 
I )oris Holloway 
Dorothy Hormel 
Olive Hormel 



Hester Ann Allen 
Zilpha Baltey 

Mary Ann Boyd 
Margaret Barto 
Elizabeth Hackley 
Ruth Kincaid 



Eunice Badger 
Jan n is Barrey 
Marvine Campbell 
Helene Doty 



Kate Lackey 
Irene Liggett 
Mae Mc Adams 
Frances Marks 
Lucile Needham 
Mai-: Sexauer 
rlchardine woolman 

Juniors 

Helen Kirkpatrick 
Wilkie Leggitt 
Janet Rinaker 
Ray ma Simons 

( rRACE STRALTON 

Leone Merritt 

Sophomores 

Dorothy Doty 
Flora Holtes 
Catherine Needham 
Bertha Wiles 
Ruth Wycof 



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Alethenai Literary Society 




C. NEEDHAM D. DOTY H. DOTY HOLTES 

BADGER ALLYN BALTEY RINAKER HACKLEY WYCOF 

CAMPBELL KIRKPATRICK D. HORMEL BARRY SEXAUER FISHER WILES 

MARKS LACKEY LIGGETT 0. HORMEL DREW L. NEEDHAM HOLLOWAY WOOLMANi 



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ORGANIZATIONS 



Athenean Literary Society 

Colors — Green and Gold 

OFFICERS 

Gertrude Weber President 

Mary Wheelhouse Vice-President 

Helen Gable Recording Secretary 

R i art 1 1 a I )avis Correspt Hiding Secretary 

Isabella Wilson Treasurer 

A i i 1 1 1 a Mi iss Historian 

Iva Newburn Sergeant-at-Arms 

Francelia Sargent Press Reporter 

MEMBERS IN THE FACULTY 

Ruth Kelso Myrtle Renz 

Florence Harrison Margaret Hutch ins 

ASSOCIATE MEMBERS 

Lelia Watson Lois Philbrick 

Leota Mosier < )pal Trost 

MEMBERS IX THE UNIVERSITY 

Seniors 
Meribah Clark Fern Johnson 

Martha Davis Pauline Osborne 

Edna Hedrick Gertrude T. Weber 

Irma Houser Mary Wheelhouse 

Isabella Wilson 

Juniors 

Mary Craigmile Grace Madden 

Helen Gable Edith Middleton 

Helen Hollandsworth Stella Percival 

Fay Swartz 

Sophomores 
Mary Caldwell Iva Newburn 

Esther Green Meta Salisbury 

Esther Lee Toma Francelia Sargent 

Allida Moss Jeannette Ward 



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Athenean Literary Society 




SARGENT MIDDLETON HOLLANDSWORTH GREEN SALISBURY MADDEN 

L. TOMA WARD NEWBURN WILSON MOSS GABEL PERCIVAL 

OSBORNE DAVIS WATSON WEBER CLARKE HOUSER JOHNSON HEDRICK 



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Illiola Literary Society 

Colors — Green and White 

OFFICERS 

Bess Fast President 

Grace Mitchei Vice-President 

El EN a Lee Recording Secretary 

Mary Pack Corresponding Secretary 

1 1 ele n Win T( ihurch Treasurer 

Si 'san I Iosford Critic 

< rERTRUDE Sawyek Sergeant-at-Arms 

MEMBERS IN THE FACULTY 



Georgia Fleming 
Fannie Brooks 
[osie houchens 



Ethel Bond 
Rosalie Park 
Nellie Roberts 



MEMBERS IN THE UNIVERSITY 



Graduates 



Elsie Baechtold 
Katherine McGraw 



Emma Breitstadt 
Hulda Breitstadt 
Gretchen Gooch 
Helen Whitchurch 
Grace Mitchel 
Helen Wipple 



Harriet James 
Erna Goldschmidt 



Rowena Kohl 
Lucile Pearson 
Mary Ward 
Catherine White 



Irma Goep.el 
Helen Clark 

Seniors 

Bess East 
Vivian King 
Bernice Peadro 
Laura Bardwell 
Grace Geyer 
Ellena Lee 
Susan Hosford 

Juniors 

Marian Manley 
Nelle Patterson 
Ruth Alverson 

Sophomores 

Gertrude Sawyer 
I I KEEN Darmstatter 
Marian McConnei.l 
Mary Pack 
Fern Siiaim and 



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Ilhola Literary Society 




IlARMSTATTER LEE MCCONNELL SHAPLANU PACK 

WHIPPLE HOSFORD COLDSCHMIDT MANLEY PATTERSON ALVERSON SAWYER 

BARDWELL E. BREIDSTADT JAMES KOHL PEARSON WHITE GEYER 

GOOCH WHITCHURCH EAST MITCHEL KING PEADRO H. BREITSTADT 



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ORGANIZATIONS 



Adelphic Literary Society 



HONORARY MEMBERS 



Lor ado Taft 



I. O. Baker 



L. R. Sarett 



MEMBERS IN THE UNIVERSITY 
Graduates 



P. II. Everhart 
B. Wham 



E. A. Be]:i; 
G. K. Brady 

( r. W. BRISTOW 
I). W. BURGOON 

A. T. Fisiiman 
1). F. Fleming 
P. II. Freark 
I. II. Gage 



J. II. Armstrong 
C. Fairman 
G. R. Gideon 



R. H. Antozewski 
O. M. Clem 
A. J. Gideon 
R. C. Gore 

W. A. Grossman 

R. H. Freark 
J. H. Gilltson 



Seniors 



Juniors 



Sophomores 



Freshmen 



F. B. Leanard 
F. C. Slater 



B. A. Hedges 

H. C. Helm 

I. O. Long 

W. M. McLaughlin 

R. L. Rush 

E. G. Taylor 

M. V an Natter 

G. A. Wrisley 



J. J. Lacey 
M. Taylor 
V. T. Stevens 



W. M. HlNMAN 

H. A. Millman 
P. L. North 
A. L. Olsen 
H. B. Tukey 



E. A. Sanders 
W. C. Trautman 



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Adelphic Literary Society 



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ANTOSEWSKI TUKEY AUTEN BLAKE MCLAUGHLIN OLSON HELM VAN NATTER 

GROSSMAN BURGOON JOHNSON MC KEON BEBB GAUGE WRISLEY COBB TROUTMAN 

MILLMAN GILLISON NORTH WHITE ARMSTRONG GORE TAYLOR SANDERS HEDGES 

F.W.MILLER LONG FREARK LACEY FLEMMING RUSH CLEM NICHOLS FREARK TAYLOR 

KRONER GIDEON MILLER FAIRMAN LAMB HINMAN HEGENER HEINEKE FISHMAN GIDEON 



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ORGANIZATIONS 




HOKMI I RENO WUERKER STROHEKER 

RAPP CALDWELL BRITT MAY CLEMENTS MARSHALL FOLGER 

GARDNER NELSON TIIFIIi HUTCHINSON DOE PETERSON 

SCHALLER BEATTY BOYE LANSCHE JOHNSON MILLER MORGAN 

Ionian Literary Society 

GRADUATE MEMBERS 



\Y. j. Carmichael 
T. M. Hepburn 
O. R. Clements 



E. C. O. Beatty 
W. F. Boye 

J. G. EpPINGER 

D. E. Miller 
R. Grossman 
T. S. Morgan 



N. L. Partridge 
I. II. Rapp 
G. B. Reno 



F. S. Stroheker 
Seniors 



D. A. Grossman 

O. C. K. Hutchinson 

M. C. Johnson 

O. A. Lansche 

R. W. Millar 

G. S. Schaller 



G. Darrell 
W. T. Doe 
H. B. Fites 



R. L. Brttt 
K. R. Caldwell 
M. F. Folger 
M. Gardner 



Juniors 

G. E. Potter 
Sophomores 



C. B. May 
W. McKtnney 
E. L. Nelson 



J. Horp.ilt 

I. IL Marshall 

J. D. Tiffin 

A. K. WUERKER 



F. M. Peterson 



Freshmen. 



D. D. Stafford 



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CROSS ANDREWS lloWELLS FRAZEE 

F1TZER AGXEW WOODCOCK GANTZ LITTLE WELSH LEVY 

ALLEN SEARCH SHAFFER BRADY WYKLE WEIR 

MOTTIER BEAN DOLE HALLIWELL BROWN FERGUSON LYMAN 

Jamesonian Literary Society 

I ' ai'line Halliwell President 

Dorothy Brown Vice-President 

Edna Flexer Recording Secretary 

Florence Ferguson Treasurer 

Laura Dole Sergeant-at-Arms 

FACULTY CRITIC 
Miss Elizabeth P. Brush 
ADVISORY BOARD 
-Miss Sada Annis Harbarger Mrs. Russel McCullough Story 

Mrs. Charles Henry Woolbert Mrs. Aubry |oiix Kempner 

ACTIVE MEM HERS 
Seniors 
Pauline Halliwell Julia Mottier Hilda Croll 

Florence Ferguson Ethel Little Dora Frazee 

Ethel Wykle 

Juniors 

Laura Dale Ella Oakes Helen Woodcock 

Beulah Agnew Maun- Teeters Dorothy Brown 

Jessie Fox Amelia Sloan Lillian Bean 

Kathryn Welsh 
Sophomores 
Edna Flexer Blanch Rk hart Winifred Wilson 

Ruth Howells Euro Rankin Pearl Weir 

Helen Ludlow Nellie Andrews Emily Bowman 

Mary Fisher Geraldine Daly Kathryn Albaugh 

Mary Lyman Myrtle Honey 

Freshmen 
Beatrice Levy Cecil Allen Marian Fitzer 

Nora Schneider Grace Gantz Marjorie Llewellyn 

-Mildred Coats Myra Robinson Marie Strejsral 

Geneva Search Man Brady Margaret Marriott 

Alma Stephenson Delia Shaw Susan Shaffer 

Kathryn Slade May Warren 



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NULL CLEMENTS STOUTZENBURG PRIMM KOUPAL JOHNSON STEVENSON ANDREWS 

SIMPSON RUHE SHIRVER SWIFT BAHE DUMAS KLINDWORTH ENGLEHART 

RISSER DEHART CORSON HOLMES BALDWIN CLINE CRATES STATES HOWARD 

LAWLESS TORNQUIST THOMAS WEISS HARRIS THAI FARNHAM LYONS WARD VAUGHN 

FASSOLD KIRK DAIIANT WHITTUM MONHAM MALSBERRY BARNS 

Gregorian Literary Society 

OFFICERS 

Ferne Harris President 

.Marion Weiss Vice-President 

Bertha Farnam Secretary 

Alga Thai Treasurer 

Mildred Klindwortii Sergeant-at-Anns 

Bertha Bing Press Reporter 

I [< >NORARY MEMBERS 
Mrs. G. A. Miller Mrs. H. A. Harding 

MEMBER IX THE FACULTY 
Miss Crack Binder 
ACTIVE MEMBERS IN THE UNIVERSITY 
Seniors 
Mariam Fassold Olga Thai. Agnes Kouial 

Mildred Joyner Hazel Lyons Ferne Harris 

.Many J. Lawless Adelaid Sanford Alpha Tornquist 

Myra Vaughn 
Juniors 
Esther Clements Mildred Klindworth 

I lii.i x Shriver Laura I Eolmes 

Bertha Kirk 
Sophomores 
Kathern Webb Margert Baldwin 

Pauline Primm Gertrude Swift 

Ii.i.a Monhan 
Freshmen 
Dorothy Bahe Man I tow ard 

Kathern McGraw Lora Englehart 
.Myra DeHart Lena Rhue 

Elmyra Stevenson Irene Simpson 
Grace Hahn Agnks Fairfield 



Marion Weiss 
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GRAl I M ALSBERY 

Bertha Bing 



Elizabeth Andrews 
Mauiam Null 
Ione Ballinger 
II Miir Shaw 
Florence Whittum 



Polly Thomas 
Frances Klank 
Amy Ward 



Bertha Farnam 
Harriet Dadant 



Lillian Barnes 
Mary States 



M argaret Ci.i m 
Ethel Crates 
I [elen Brauns 
Hortense Johnson 



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ORGANIZATIONS 




SALISBURY PRESSON DARMSTATTER TEETERS 

MCCLURE THOMAS WVKLE WHITCHURCH HOLMES LEE PACK BROWN 

MOTT1ER ROBINSON PULSIFER JONES HUGGLER TORNQUIST GREEN 

JAMES MCCULLOUGH SAGER TRACY WILSON CROLL HARRIS ATKINS QUISENBERY KINCAID" 

HEDGCOCK BARDWELL HALLOWAY SANFOED FERGUSON GABEL WOOD CHEW LUSK 

Household Science Club 



First Semester 
Florence Ferguson .. 
Marguerite Higgins 

Helen Gabel 

Adelaide San ford 



OFFICERS 

...President 

....Vice-President 

....Secretary 

....Treasurer 



Second Semester 

Julia Mottier 

Agnes Koupal 

Alice Allen 

.Meta Salisbury 



Alice Allen- 
Olive Anderson 
Pessie Atkins 
May Babcock 
Laura Bardwell 
Harriet Parti > 
Margaret Parto 
Margiierite Pennett 
P>kss Beyer 
Ethel Prooks 
Lisbeth Prown 

( rRACE CHAMPLAIN 

Dorothy Chew 
Hilda Croll 
Helen Darmstatter 
Florence Ferguson 
Mildred Forkhy 
Helen Gabel 
Mate Giddings 
Petty Gray 
Gladys Green 



MFMRERS 
Fern Harris 
Nellie Hedgecock 
Doris Holloway 
Laura Holmes 
Susan Hosford 
Maruaret Houston 
Lillian Huggler 
Harriet James 
Francis Janes 
Ruth Kin c aid 
Agnes Koupal 
Helen Kirkpatrick 
Ellena Lee 
Ethel Ludwig 
Genevieve Lusk 
Winifred McClure 
Helen McCullough 
Helen Miner 
Julia Mottier 
Lucille Needham 
Mary Pack 
Eleanor Peterson 



Lola Presson 
Ada Pugh 
Irene Pulsifer 
Ruth Quesen berry 
Hazel Reed 
Ruth Robinson 
Anna Sager 
Meta Salisbury 
Adelaide San ford 
Ai ls i e St eve x so n 
Grace Taylor 
Mary Teeters 
Polly Thomas 
Alpha Tornouist 
Elizabeth Tracy 
Lelia Watson 
Helen Whitchurch 
Marion White 
Isabelle Wilson 
Adelaide Wood 
Rachel Woolman 
Ethel Wykle 



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Advisory Committee of Woman's League 





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MOTTIER MC CLURE 

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Woman's League 




PLETCHFK MORAN MANLEY I.IVESAY GEYER 

BROOKS SMITH KOUPAL LYONS WHEELHOUSE HARTMAN BRANDON 

HENNING ACKERSON FOX GRANT LITTLE THAI. BRADHIRST MOLOIT 

FASSOLD LAWLESS GOOCH ALLYN DAVIDSON CRAIGMILE HACKLEY 

fOYNER MOTTIER MC CLURE LEGGITT LANCASTER BABCOCK HIGGINS GETTYS> 



Council 



>enior L.ounci 




H ALLOW A V 
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ORGANIZATIONS 




GOULD DAY RAPHAELSON 

MARKS TAYLOR HARWOOD DREW 

WRIGHT MONTGOMERY \IIIUI.\M DENZ NEEDHAM 

Scribblers' Club 

OFFICERS 

Olive Hormei I 'resident 

Florence Stotzenburg Vice-President 

Francis Marks Secretary 

Thad L. Montgomery Treasurer 

MEMBERS IN THE FACULTY 
I ra Dicke'rson Nellie Roberts 

K. J. T. Ekblaw R. E. Tieje 

MEMBERS IN THE UNIVERSITY 

Graduate 

Mrs. E. M. Nickoley 

Seniors 

Mildred Drew Francis Marks 

Lucille Needham S. D. Harwood 

Olive Hor mel Hen r y S i i e ldo \ 

Raymond Denz Agnes Wright 

Juniors 

S. M. Raphaelson T. L. Montgomery 

Florence Stotzenburg Cruris L. I).w 

A. R. Qould M. Taylor 

Sophomores 

Dorothy Day Catherine Needham 



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HIEEEL 
THORNE 



ROGERS 
TROEGER 



FARNHAM 

SEIFRIED 



INGELS 

STRONG 



University Landscapes Architects Society 

Founded at the University of Illinois, 1913 

R. R. ROOT CHAPTER 

MEMBERS IN THE FACULTY 

J. C. Blair R. R. Root 

C. M. Robinson F. N. Evans 

F. A. C. Smith 



HONORARY MEMBERS 

E. Davenport W. N. Rudd 

T. J. Burrill H. B. Dorner 

F. L, Venning 



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HUACO SHULTERS PECCHIA KUNZ LAGUARDIA GIOTO 

OLIVERAS HEMENWAY FISCHBACHA WATSON FOCHS 

HUDSON SOTO JAMES RAMIREZ SCHREIBER EPPINGER 

GRIDLEY DWYER RODRIGUEZ SCHREIBER ALLEN 



'Centro Literano Espanol' 

< >FFICERS 

.Mrs. Antonio Rodriguez President 

Mrs. < >vidio Oliveras Vice-President 

.Mrs. Daniel O. Huaco Secretary 

Miss Helen Shriver Treasurer 

FACULTY MEMBERS 

Professor John I). Fitz-Gerald Mr. J. P>. Laguardia 

Professor A. Dowson Mr. O. IT. Moore 

Professor Jacob Kunz Mr. Pons Allen 

Mr. Rafael A. Soto Miss Jane Watson 

Mr. J. R. Shulters 

MEMBERS IN TPIE UNIVERSITY 

Mrs. F. P. Stevens Mr, Otto Allen 

Mrs. P. A. Fitz-Gerald Mr. William Ramirez 

Miss Ellen Dwyer Mr. A. Livingston 

Miss Edith Hudson Mr. V. A. Pecchia 

Miss Isabel Ordonez Mr. Benito R. Ordonez 

Miss Helen Ia.mls Mr. Lucinio Da Silva Couto 

Miss Esther Storer Mr. Rodolfo Westerman 

Miss Lelah Brownfield Mr. J. G. Eppinger 

Miss Lutie Shriver Mr. W. W. Gridley 

Miss Helen Peters Mr. Ramiro Gomez 

Miss Margarita Hemenwav Mr. Francisco Azarraga 

Mr. E. A. Foi k 



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ORGANIZATIONS 



Le Cercle Francais 



OFFICERS 

E. Anastassiades President 

S. Walser Vice-President 

F. I. Samuels Secretary 

L. 1 1. Waterman Corresponding Secretary 

M. F. I )eCosta Treasurer 

MEMBERS IX THE FACULTY 



L. \Y. Allen 
D. Blondheim 
O. II. Mori-: 

J. R. SlU'I.TKKS 

Jacoi: Kunz 
R. A. Soto 
C. S. Carry 



E. A. I >AWSON 
J. I'.. Shaw 
M. Carnahan 

( rERTRUDE ScHOEPPERLE 
W. C. TlTCOMB 
J. W. < rARNER 

|. I). Fitz-Gerald 



MEMBERS IX Till-. I'XIYKRSITY 



A. W. Allen 
E. A. Feixeira 
T. R. Childs 
A. Sax ford 
L. S. Canto 
H. F. Boggs 
R. E. Denz 
T. Nunz 
].. B. Hill 
C. Neidham 
I Iki.kn Walker 



Naniette Dodant 
Benlals Burrell 
Francis Klank 
Frank C. Ferguson 
L. B. Reed 
E. S. Davis 
Catherine Needham 
Mimie Bortels 
Helen Francis 
Lucy Belle Hill 
T. Cohen 
Helen Hollandsworth 



ORGANIZATIONS 




The Agricultural Club 

OFFICERS 

First Quarter Second Quarter 

President R. E. Gayle G. L. Rigg 

Vice-President R. F. Shaffer Douglas Wright 

Secretary A. R. Gould J. J. Lacey 

Asst. Secretary M. G. Clark A. C. Vogele 

Treasurer J. K. Strong R. H. Engle 

Sergeant-at-Arms W. M. Mandeville G. W. Moore 



Third Quarter 

C. J. North 
J. W. Laws 
A. R. Kinsey 

F. R. Moburg 
R. E. Hipple 

G. E. Landt 



336 



ORGANIZATIONS 



The Agricultural Club 



MEMBERS 



H. P. Kelley 
George Curtiss 
G. F. Binder 
R. A. Olson 
G. M. Gehant 
W. A. Hardin 
G. K. Strong 
R. F. Shaffer 

A. C. Yogele 
R. I-:. Hippie 
F. G. Randall 
W. M. Richmond 
W. S. Ladd 

R. N. Wilford 
P. J. Leach 

F. W. Jones 

1 I. F. Atteberrv 
L. B. I'.irdsall ' 
N. R. Swanson 
J. W. Laws 
( i. Lanan 
T. D. Kahlert 
C. E. Born 
E. F. Merker 
H. J. Johnson 
E. R. Moberg 
M. G. Clark 
C. H. Greiue 
R. H. Engle 
R. M. Johnson 
L. R. Lindsey 
W. H. Eichorn 
I. M. Nafziger 
R. Y. Larsen 

C. T- Badger 
H. M. Lumley 

B. Brown 

D. E. Warren 

C. G. North 
C. C. Burns 
A. T. Fishman 
R. M. Strickland 

G. B. Whitman 

E. V. liruington 
R. D. Lyman 



J. Talbot 

R. I'. Thomas 

J. T. Teard 

C. W. Brown 
R. E. Rankin 
R. E. Gayle 
A. R. Gould 
II. B. Ingell 

A. II. Karraker 
W. W. McLaughlin 
A. L. Carlson 
A. II. Turner 
A. R. Thomas 
G. L. Rigg 
V. II. Kern 
\\ . II. Fishman 
T. M. Simpson 

D. Wright 

R. C. Raffertv 

L. E. Minnis 

F. R. McCandlish 

M. R. Findley 

T. S. Foote 

A. Lewis 

C. E. Trout 

F. Graves 

M. Henderson 

R. H. Tucker 

H. B. Rosenburg 

X. F. Grey 

R. T. Hamilton 

W. G. Wagner 

John Pieper 

O. Christy 

R. N. Hart 

C. S. Love 

W. B. Remley 

H. Hensold 

F. A. Davis 

H. E. Brewbaker 
J. Frazier 

E. W. Linnard 
A. Arends 

G. W. Moore 
C. W. Wray 

R. S. 



L. P. Johnson 
H. C. Geselbracht 
A. R. Kemp 
A. D. Wilson 

C. D. Kemp 
G. S. Willey 
G. A. Kerr 

D. C. Lambert 
H. H. Holtzman 
G. E. Shields 

L. G. Greengard 

0. P. Kolmer 
A. R. Kinsey 
L. R. Lumley 

1. H. Ash 
J. J. Lacey 

[. G. Speisman 

E. R. Auld 
G. A. Sowers 
Frances Picken 
Ralph Picken 
If. E. Turley 

L C. Short ' 
M. Adolph 
E. E. Glick 
C. C. Turner 
O. S. Thompson 

E. C. Lawson 

F. H. Wagner 
O. G. Troster 
\Y. W. Curtiss 
M. H. Campbell 
W. B. McCartney 

G. D. Tombaugh 
W. K. Clifford 
W. Chadderdon 
H. J. Donaldson 
R. E. Curtiss 

H. W. Hudson 
G. W. Stone 
E. G. Johnson 
R. L Laible 
T. II. Lloyde 
< i. M. 1 lance 
II. B. Tukey 
Scholl 



H. G. Abbot 

D. G. Campbell 
R. D. Lyman 

E. L. Davis 

F. X. Barrett 

H. L Huntington 
R. II. Klamt 
W. M. Stevens 
< ). Dawson 
Joe Brooks 

I. W. Strong 
W. < ). Heise 

G. P. Douglas 
J. P. Churchill 

E. P. Frohardt 
T. B. Manny 
L. L. Hunt 

A. C. Blood 
A. T. Semple 
W. IT. Yonngman 
R. A. Avery 
L. B. Walsh 
R. F. Howe 
R. H. Tavlor 
W. P. Ranny 
R. Fisher 
Frank Leggitt 
O. L. Whalin 
L. I. Honnold 
O. B. Gray 
C. M. Linsley 
H. M. Warnock 

F. S. Stewart 
Carl Stewart 
E. G. Pilchard 
L. ("). Petty 
A. Ericksen 
R. A. Powers 

I I . E. Holt 
A. L. Clark 
C. L. Hufford 
I'.. H. Questel 
W. W. Schreiner 
W. A. Allison 

G. E. Landt 



337 



ORGANIZATIONS 





4. A 


i 



F. 
C. 

A. 

F. 

R. 



Chemical Club 

( 1FFICERS 

C. Hahn President 

A. Zelle Vice-President 

W. 1 -a n strom Secretary 

Sommers, Treasurer 

W. Morgan Custodian 



.MS 



DRGANIZATI O N S 



Chemical Club 



HONORARY MEMBERS 



Prof. W. A. Noyes 
Prof. S. W. Parr 
Prof. C. W. Balke 
Prof. Edward Bartow 
Prof. E. W. Washburn 
Dr. J). F. McFarland 



ACTIVE 



(). A. Barnes 

( rLEN COLEV 

F. C. I Iahn 

I I AROI.l) I [OGAN 

S. D. KlRKPATRICK 

|. F. Lfmp 
R. W. Morgan 

A. II. POLAKOW 

F. 1 I. Tendick 
< i. A. Wrisley 
L. G. ECrug 

L. Adler 
If. J. Bluhm 
L. E. Dawson 

G. H. Foster 

T. N. Hultman 
A. W. Landstrom 
L. C. Maxwell 
C. P. Moven 
H. W. Moor 
W. V. Wirt ii 

E. E. Campbell 

F. Sommers 
R. A. Webber 
C. C. Larson 
P. D. Jenks 

J. L. Brown 
< >. Proelss 

R. M. PlERSON 

G. Cox 



Df 


:. C 


. G. Hopkins 


Di 


t. G 


. McP. Smith 


Di 


:. C 


. G. Derick 


Di. 


t. D 


'. A. McInnes 


Di 


:. G 


. D. Beal 


Di. 


:. 1 


[.J. Broderson 


MEMBERS 


i 




11. 


M 


. Slater 


P. 


c. 


Beschers 


W 


. K 


. Hathaway 


R. 


M. 


Ka.m m 


C. 


W. 


Lenzing 


R. 


w 


. Millar 


1. 


F. 


Smith 


V. 


St 


arner 


c. 


A. 


Zelle 


G. 


C. 


Baker 


E. 


E. 


Greenwell 


R. 


G. 


Kreiling 


1. 


F. 


W. Plagge 


J. 


A. 


SCHULTZ 


L. 


II. 


Brade 


G. 


P. 


Edwards 


K. 


M 


. Holiday 


K. 


C. 


Kruger 


C. 


M. 


Nesbitt 


II. 


S. 


Snell 


I. 


M. 


Taylor 


I. 


Reveal 


1). 


B. 


At well 


K. 


(iERKE 


K. 


Sparks 


C. 


C. 


Strltever 


1. 


TT. 


McCoRMAl K 


A. 


IT. 


Kaufmann 


W 


. TlLTON 


1. 


Breedis 



339 



ORGANIZATIONS 




Commercial Club 

OFFICERS 

First Semester 

H. P. Greison.... President 

W. E. Baker Vice-President 

W. W. Sheldon Secretary 

P. Van Winkle Treasurer 



-in 



ORGANIZATIONS 




Railway Club 

OFFICERS 
First Semester 

E. H. Schlader President 

K. M. Maitra Vice-President 

J. H. Westbay Secretary 

C. M. Clark Treasurer 

MEMBERS IN THE FACULTY 
A. F. Comstock, B.S. A. M. Buck, M.E. 

MEMBERS IN THE UNIVERSITY 
Seniors 

E. H. St header P. C. White 
M. C. Winakur F. O. Carrol 

Juniors 

K. M. Maitra D. L. Strauch 

J. H. Westbay E. C. Barnes 

C. M. Clark A. DuBoff 

Sophomores 
W. L. Klink S. F. Reid 

G. B. Spanglen 
Freshmen 
C. J. Rafinskv T. S. Lee 

R. E. Rallstrom G. S. Oberne 

F. R. Thatcher R. P. Alexander 
E. K. Schwagmeyer H. L. Wu 

G. Ham met 



341 



ORGANIZATIO \ S 




Civil Engineers' Society 

OFFICERS 

II. S. Mahood President 

A. R. Keller Vice-President 

J. I '. Dempsey Treasurer 

D. M. Campbeli Secreetary 



342 



O K G A N I l A T 1 O N S 



Civil Engineers' Society 



HONORARY MEM I !ERS 



[. O. Baker 

A. S. Baldwin 
Onward Hates 
G. W. Brenner 
J. P. rooks 
H. L. Chips 
L. L. Condron 

E. R. Dewsnup 

F. O. Dufour 
R. E. Davis 

R. V. Engstrom 
C. A. Ellis 
R. G. Frink 



T . L. Fallyn 

H. Gardner 

Dean W. F. M. Goss 

A. C. Hobart 

' \ C. Habermeyer 

A. S. Johnson 

N. S. Ketchum 

H. B. Kirkpatrick 

W. A. Knapp 

A. Li Kuehn 

C. W. Malcolm 

A. B. McDaniel 

Ralph Modjeska 



F. H. Newell 
L. G. Parker 
Langdon Pearse 
VV. D. Pence 

G. W. Pickles 
P. X. Prater 
Isham Randolph 
VV. 11. Rayner 
J. J. Ritchey 

A. F. Robinson 
G. II. Rump 
C. V. Seastone 
R. P>. Slippey 



R. PI. Slocum 
R. PI. Smith 
I. E. Smith 
L. L. Tallyn 
A. X. Talbot 
( '.. E. Tebbets 
G. E. Turneanre 
I . W. VVaterbury 
G G Wiley 
R. I. Weber 
W. M. Wilson 
X. P.. Garver 
U. E. Babbitt 



MEMBERS IX THE UXIVERSITY 



K. B. Bush 

R. P. Brown 
H. N. Beebe 
S. R. Bakhshi 
L. P. Cookson 

C. H. Clarahan 
E. W. Carrier 
R. S. Cooke 

R. Cleve 

D. M. Campbell 
H. Derby 

J. Dempsev 
L. Donavan 
II. II. Edwards 
M. W. Ellsworth 
Robert Elliot 



W. Emch II 

W. P.. Eairbairn II 

A. W. Frear A. 

P. W. Freark E. 

H. Gruonnervd E. 

H. C. Grunewald H 

I. C. Grayhack ]. 
F. B. Gallaher H 

II. E. Fisher T. 
Louis Haderman C. 
\\ . AHimmelreicher D. 
L. Horen J. 
C. J. Jennings I. 
Max Kadinsky F. 
A. R.xKeller ' D. 
F. Klenk P. 



. F. Koepke 
. E. Kelly 

C. Lee 

Lawrence 

I. Leander 
S. Mahood 

II. Miller 
M. Meyer 
Moote 
W. Miller 
R. Norris 

C. Nix 
T. Nolan 
C. Norlin 
B. Ohrum 
W. Ott 



V. A. Pecchia 
E W. Parker 
H. L. Slack 
T. E. Stockdall 
H. F. Stocker 

D. Sharer 

G B. Schmeltzer 

F. W. Shaw 

C. E. Trowbridge 
J. R. Van Sickler 
W. I. Volk 
M. II. Vernon 
C. T. Walker 

E. P. Wright 
H. B. Whitney 

G. Y<>\ KM A.\ 



343 



O K G A N I Z A T IONS 




Electrical Engineers' Society 

OFFICERS 
First Semester 

L. M. Gum m President 

1 1. L. Olesex Vice-President 

E. F. Bolinger Treasurer 

C. A. Wagner Secretary 

II. R . Rich ardson - Librarian 



344 



O R C A NIZATIONS 



Electrical Engineers' Society 



MKMMHRS 



D. E. Argo 
J. S. Beliz 
T. Bemis 

E. F. BoLINGER 

C. M. Brentlingek 

F. A. Brooks 

C. L. Bruns 
W. E. Bull 
H. E. Burg 

F. E. BuTTERFIELD 

S. Christophersen 

L. Church 

J. A. Craig 

W. Davis 

I [. F. De Costa 

H. E. Dralle 

V. J. DUSHEK 

J. H. Euston 

D. G. Evans 
H. N. Felton 

C. P. Ferrell 
W. W. Furey 
L. R. Gray 
L. M. Gumm 
A. J. Hair 

M. S. Hancock 
J. S. Hackley 
F. C. Harris 
R. A. Harvey 
J. R. Hegner 
T. C. Henderson 

D. W. Hickey 

L. E. HOSTETLER 

K. B. Humphrey 
Zen Hsieh 
R. J. Kantor 
J. M. Ketch 
H. A. Kirby 



H. M. Koll 

( x. KOUYOUMJ [AN 

( ). Kriege 

< ). A. Lansche 

H. W. Lindsay 

F. E. LUNDGREN 
S. J. LURIE 

C. V: Lynn 
R. C. McClellan 
E. R. McKeever 
E. A. Martei l 
H. W. Mateer 

T. ( ). MOFFETT 

H. L. Olesen 
E. R. Petzing 

E. E. Randa 

H. R. Richardson 
T. H. Richman 

F. Rockho] d 
J. L. Rowe 

IT. V. Schlocks 
H. O. Siegmund 
O. E. Sinclair 

F. H. Smith 

A. G. Stein mayer 
C. H. Sturn 

L. W. SWETT 

E. D. Swanberg 
M. L. Thomas 
R. R. Thomas 

G. O. Tinkf.y 

W. < J. TUELL 

C. A. Wagner 
J. E. Walsh 
T. H. Ward 
E. G. Weiler 
H. A. Whitson 
W. F. Wiley 



S. Yamamota 



345 



ORGANIZATIONS 




Student Branch American Society 
Mechanical Engineers 

( >FFICERS 

Honorary Chairman Dean W. F. M. Goss 

G. C. Vanden Boom.... President 

I. A. Rueff Vice-President 

G. S. Schaller Treasurer 

M. C. Johnson Secretary 



346 



ORGANIZATIONS 



Student Branch American Society 
Mechanical Engineers 



MEM HERS 



P. L. White 
O. E. Beers 

C. N. Owen 
I). L. King 
II. B. Rose 
( ). II. Anderson 
R. D. Sundell 
Oliver Isaacson 
J. B. Mallers 

J. A. RUEFF 

J. A. Ramser 
E. Rafeowitz 
A. W. Robinson 
C. A. Bacon 
John Frier 
L. P. Kurt 
G. T. Avery 

0. I. Lyons 

T. Mendendorf 
G. S. Oherne 

W. H. MlNKEMA 

1. II. Needler 
G. C. Mapes 

( i. S. Schaller 
T. A. Medendorp 
T. H. Ogg 
R. B. Murphy 
O. Isaacson 
J. G. Firth 
J. W. Hulson 
H. A. Gumm 
K. M. Maitra 
E. E. Troxel 
W. A. Stahl 
L. E. Mulac 

W. C. GlLHAM 



D. L. Ott 

W. Stockton 
A. K. Sanderson 
W. Freegurg 
L. A. Wasson 

E. SVVENSON 

J. H. Westbay 

I. ]. Rafferty 
V. S. Day 

R. II. Lawrence 
L. II. Schickedanz 
I.. S. Morrill 
A. L. Nelson 
John Hogg 
R. S. Pfeiffer 
E. T. ( iAnts 
M. C. Ioiixson 

D. E. "Miller 

O. C. K. Hut< II INSON 

R. E. Wiley 

L M. Becker 

C. F. Belshaw 

R. S. Mason 

C. H. [ackman 

C. G. Klopp 

R. S. Burwasii 

J. C. Kerner 

E. F. Barker 

E. C. Barkstrom 
L. F. Borucki 
C. E. Curl 
S. Hansen 

I I. Fitch 

R. M. Overton 

G. YV. Kuehn 

G. C. Vanden Boom 



347 



() K (1 ANIZATIONS 




The Architectural Club 



OFFICERS 

Glen H. Thomas President 

F. E. Dunlap First Vice-President 

Tem ple Buell Second Vice-President 

C. A. Gustafson Secretary 

Ed. Lerch Treasurer 



FACULTY 



L. II. Provine 

N. C. RlCKER 

Percy Ash 
J. M. Kellogg 
C. R. Clark 
W. C. Titcomb 
N. A. Wells 



I\. E. MUEHLMAN \ 

W. S. Stanton 
R. T. Jones 
R. S. Fanning 
L. C. Dillenbach 

C. V. BURGE R 

\V. H. Hekking 



\V. S. Wolfe 



348 



() K G A N 1 Z A T I () N S 



The Architectural Club 







MEMBERS 






II. C. Antcnen 


G. 


A. Fergeson 


R. E. Lawrence 


P. 


T. Rockev 


0. A. Ashman 


I. 


1 1. Flemming 


A. Lee 


R. 


Roe 


Miss L. Anderson 


G. 


C. Fulton 


R. W. Leibsle 


F. 


A. Rohn 


I'. D. Amsbary 


L. 


( iallivan 


J. T. Lewis 


D. 


Ross 


Babcock, Dan 


E. 


|. Garvey 


G. L. Lindeberg 


F. 


( 1. Rounds 


L. T. Baker 


Carl H. Gewalt 


R. E. Lindsey 


C. 


B. Rowe 


H. J. Barnes 


II. 


1 .. ( rogerty 


S. E. Lindstrom 


1. 


P. Russett 


H. A. Bartlett 


F. 


L. Goldman 


A. D. Little 


C. 


E. Runyan 


L R. Bradley 


A. 


S. Graven 


II. I!. Lotz 


A. 


Santiago 


H. Beidler ' 


R. 


E. Grossman 


M. M. Lovell 


C. 


Y. Saxton 


C.L.A. Bbckemohle 


C. 


J. Gruhl 


H. LI. Lueder 


E. 


( !. Schaumberg 


C. S. Bernard 


C. 


A. Gustafson 


R. M. Lueder 


K. 


\Y. Schmidt 


J. A. Buerkin 


H. 


E. George 


( i. W. Lutes 


D. 


B. Schuler 


E. I. Blix 


W 


.11. Ualas 


M. |. McClelland 


G. 


E. Scott 


J. S. Bartley 


c. 


E. Ilamill 


C. W. McCumber 


L. 


J. Selzer 


Stanley Bliss 


A. 


F. 1 1 an son 


\V. I k McFerson 


II. 


L. Senseman 


II. P. Buck 


A. 


11. Harris 


O. Madsen 


N. 


E. Sheldon 


\Y. BToodgood 


i. 


1 1 art well 


Miss M. Manley 


1. 


C. Sherrick 


C. L. Boardman 


C. 


O. Hawkinson 


E. G. Martin 


E. 


< ). Siegfried 


Tom Brown 


w 


. W. Hubbard 


H. N. Mavor 


W 


. X T . Sicilian 


T. H. Buell 


11. 


S. I loltze 


L. Meriwether 


E. 


Schmidl 


K. A. Burnside 


E. 


G. Ilirt 


C. T. Mever 


II. 


A. Smith 


Geo. Braun, Jr. 


J. 


R. 1 lodge 


E. F. Miller 


L. 


L. Smith 


A. P. Brown 


H. 


Hoehnke 


K. A. Miller 


C. 


Sparling 


T. H. Bell 


H. 


H. Horner 


C. L. Moss 


T. 


J. Strong 


K. W. Carr 


K. 


Hada 


C. O. Mueller 


M, 


, S. Stephenson 


W. N. Carter 


D. 


Horwich 


1 1. E. Mueller 


G. 


W. Stoddard 


I. R. Clark 


H. 


W. Hovey 


J. T. Mullins 


A. 


G. Stone 


Miss D. Clavberg 


C. 


Hutton 


John Neely 


R. 


IT. Thiele 


H. R. Criley 


R. 


H. Humphries 


R. C. Nettcott 


W 


. C. Thompson 


E. W. Colby 


II. 


H. Ingwers 


E. E. Newcomb 


B. 


M. Thorud 


C. H. Cowgill 


D. 


E. Jones 


J. M. Normile 


J. 


1 1. Ticknor 


S. H. Coile 


M 


, S. Tackson 


R. Norris 


T. 


W. Tolmie 


D. E. Compton 


F. 


C. Kalthoff 


II. G. ( )verend 


G. 


L. Townsand 


L. X. Crawford 


W 


. S. Kaufmann 


Patterson. |. J. 


L. 


E. Trickle 


E. E. Cress 


G. 


F. Kech 


Pihlgard, E. F. 


M 


iss C. Tuttle 


Win. Crutchfield 


1. 


C. King 


II. L. Owen 


E. 


I ). Van Frank 


I. B. Carroll 


C. 


A. Klein 


\Y. C. Petersen 


M 


. Van Winkle 


G. C. Darrell 


II. 


Knappenberger 


J. P. Pinkley 


H. 


F. Vaughn 


Edw. Davidson 


N. 


A. Knudsen 


E. J. Potter' 


S. 


M. Vibelius 


G. H. Deutschler 


E. 


I. Kober 


W'.'T. Purcell 


w 


. J. Volk 


R. E. Dippell 


D. 


A. Hamilton 


R. S. Raaberg 


G. 


\\ . Unger 


L. E. Dunlap 


A. 


V. T. Lundgren 


1'.. P. Reinsch 


K. 


M . \\ aggoner 


1 1. E. Ekstrand 


A. 


D. Ladehoff 


M. Remington 


It. 


G. Webb 


E. G. Ernst 


G. 


P. Lagergren 


I. G. Ritter 


E. 


1 1. Whittacre 


W. B. Ewer 


F. 


Lampert 


C. L. Ritts 


X. 


E. Widemann 


C. R. Federmann 


C. 


C. Lundeen 


E. C. Roberts 


C. 


A. Williams 



A. C. Zimmermann 



349 



R G A N I Z A T IONS 



Student Branch American Institute of 
Mining Engineers 

OFFICERS 

Harold Win son President R. R. Kraft Second Vice-President 

a. M. Morris Vice-President M. |. Reed Secretary-Treasurer 



REPRESENTATIVES ON TI 

I [AROLD \\ I! LSI IN 



TECHNOGRAPH B< )ARD 
M. I. Reed 



ASS< >CIATE MEMBERS 



Geo. S. Rice, E.M. 

U. S. Bureau of Alines 
II. I. Smith, E.M. 

U. S. Bureau of Mines 



Jas. R. Fleming, E.M. 

U. S. Bureau of Mines 
R. J. Hammond, Chemist 

U. S. Bureau of Mines 



MEMBERS IX THE FACLT/TY 



H. H. Stoek, E.M. 
E. A. Holbrook, E.M. 



A. C. Callen, E.M. 
S. < ). Andros. E.M. 



ACTIVE MEMBERS 

Graduate 
L. A. Mvlins 



D. C. Johns 

E. V. Allen 



T. P. Fraser 
C. W. Campbell 
M. 1. Reed 



H. C. Harbrict 
R. W. Dent 



R F. Doepel 



Seniors 
Juniors 

J. G. Roberts 

Sophomores 

L. E. Yindrock 
Freshmen 

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L. H. Whitney 
X. M. Morris 



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Founded 1914 Colors— Sea Green and Gold 

MEMBERS IN THE FACULTY 

Alfred Copeland Callen Pennsylvania 

Henry Joseph Wei land Connecticut 

Edward L. McKenna New York 

MEMBERS IN THE UNIVERSITY 

E. F. Brazeau New York 

II. W. MacKechnie New York 

K. S. Whittemore New York 

J. P. Dempsey New York 

C. A. Pierce New York 

O. S. Buckner New York 

F. W. Graves New York 

D. W. Crane New Jersey 

W. L. Doremus New "Jersey 

F. W. Patton New "jersey 

N. G. Silver New Jersey 

L. J. Goodrich Massachusetts 

N. J. Mallet Pennsylvania 

J. A. Smith Pennsylvania 

G. S. Snyder Pennsylvania 



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ARNDT BECKER MEIER REINSCH KOEPKE PFEIFFER ENGLE BAINES KRAECHMANN 

FOLKERS ZIMMERMANN HOLINGER O'CONNOR EPFINGER HARRIS GEIGER MENZEL CIESL1K KOEPKE 

GOLDBERG HOUSER EPPINGER RAAB SAMUELS JAMES LYONS SHERMAN SEGUR ROHRER 

MOORE DWYER KORTH WALZ EPPINGER H ELM REICH SPAINHOUR ALVERSON JOHNSON 

PASMORE SILBERMAN 
KLAMT GRIDLEY SEEHANSEN LUDWIG MEYER HECHT KRUEGER CORKE BACON 

Der Deutsche Verein 



Founded 1905 

Mrs E. K. 

August G 



Colors — Black, White and Red 
RESIDENT MEMBERS 
Kline Miss Mabel Ricketts 

MEMBERS IN THE FACULTY 
Hecht E. K. Kline 

MEMBERS IN THE UNIVERSITY 
Graduates 



Olive C. Harris 
F. H. Murray 

E. C. Beatty 
Edmund Cieslik 
Ellen F. Dwyer 
]. G. Eppinger 
William W. Gridley 
Agnes Helmreich 



Paul W. Arndt 
Harold W. Corke 
Robert H. Engle 

Ruth Alverson 
Carl A. Bacon 
Walter H. Becker 



Esther Eppinger 
Marie Eppinger 
Herbert Folkers 
Frank Koepke 



Ethel L. O'Connor 
D. Fred Pasmore 

Seniors 
Arnold C. Holinger 
Irma Houser 
Fern Johnson 
Robert Klamt 
Frances '"lank 
Frieda Korth 
L. J. Ludwig 

Juniors 
Charlotte Goldberg 
Helen M. Hollandsworth 
Carl Menzel 

Sophomores 
Margaret Finley 
Lester Geiger 
Helen James 
Herman Koepke 

Freshmen 
1 1 arold I. Meier 
Ferdinand E. Meyer 
Gertrude Rk titer 
Paul C. Seehansen 



Mary Trowbridge 
R. C. Zimmermann 

Hazel Lyons 
Anita E. Raab 
Bernhardt Reinsch 
Frank P. Rohrer 
Oscar E. Silberman 
Ida E. Walz 



Irene H. Moore 
Conrad L. Peeiffer 
Stephen Walser 

Kurth Krueger 
Lester C. Raines 

T II ER ES A S A M U ELS 



J. B. Segur 

Let a Sherman 
A 1. ma Spain hour 
A. E. Kraechmann 



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ORGANIZATIONS 




TOWER ARBER BORTON GOULD HOPKINS 

BEARDSLEY VAN DEUSEN LACEV BOVARD BROWN SHELDON THOMAS 

BRUINGTON REESE HARRINGTON FERGUSON GLOVER HARWOOD PULCIPHER 

Graphomen 

HONORARY INTER-PUBLICATION JOURNALISTIC SOCIETY 

Founded at the University of Illinois 

Established 1914 Colors— Red and Yellow 

OFFICERS 

Howard R. Ferguson President 

Henry S. Beardsley Vice-President 

K. De Witt Pulctpher Secretary-Treasurer 

Donald M. Glover L. H. Printer's Devil 

Millard F. Bovard Program Committeeman 

MEMBERS IN THE FACULTY 
Harry Franklin Harrington, A.M. 
MEMBERS IN THE UNIVERSITY 
Seniors 
Sylvan Dix Harwood John Kenneth Barber 

Donald Mitchell Glover John Turner Mills 

Frederick Verne Arber Earl Vivian Bruington 

Leal Wylie Reese Walter William Sheldon 

Abner Royce Thomas 
Juniors 
Howard Ritchey Ferguson Anthony Ready Gould 

John James Lacey Eugene Canfield Hopkins 

Alexander McJunkin Tower Tom Brown 

Hawley Lester Smith 
Sophomores 
Henry Scovell Beardsley Millard Forrest Bovard 

K. De Witt Pulctpher Cecil Walden Borton 

Harold Boescitenstein Arthur Stowe Van Deusen, Jr. 

Carlisle Visscher Allan 



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J . W. Watson President 

E. F. Kent Vice-President 

J. H. Bannistek Recorder 

Prof. Ira O. Baker Treasurer 

E. Glen Hersman General Secretary 

A. R. Elliott Office Assistant 



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ORGANIZATIONS 

Y. W. C. A. 

< >FFICERS 

Helen T. Fish er President 

Lelia Watson Vice-President 

Dorothy Hormel Recording Secretary 

Eleanor Peterson Corresponding Secretary 

1 Jess i e Packard Treasurer 

M. Axxa Wilson.. General Secretary 

1 z< )K.\ Lee ( )ffice Secretary 

FIRST CABINET 




HARRIS KAUPAL GOO; H FAST 

E. LEE GIDDINGS MADDEN GABEL DF.RRY JONES 

MERRITT JOHNSON LINNELL GILPATRICK QUESENBERRY MC CULLOUGH 

HORMEL WATSON I. LEE FISHER WILSON PETERSON PACKARD 



SECOND CABINET 




GREEN 
SARGENT 

BABCOCK 



DARMSTATTER ROGERS NEWBURN KENNY 

CRYDER HORMEL THORNSBURCH PERCIVAL 

PACK WILSON WATSON LEE DAVIS 



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WINTERS HILL KRIEG SHAW YOUNGBLOOD SHAW MENELEY 

BARTELS CAMPBELL SMITH KIDD ANDERSON SMITH FUNK ENGI.L 

TV] Ik I -lilts WILLIAMS DARMSTATTER CLARK HUBBARD WOODS WISEGARVER SENSE 



Bethany Circle 

Founded at the University of Illinois, January /, ipn 
Active Chapters 3 

MEMBERS IX THE UNIVERSITY 
Graduates 



Mattie Sense 
Lucy Hill 
Wilhelma Smith 



Jennie Anderson 
Minnie Bartels 



Margaret Smith 
Vera Edds 
Mina Winters 
Marie Hubbard 
Beulah Williams 

Mary Fee 

Helen Darmstatter 
Alta Youngblood 
Marie Wallin 
Dorothy Cook 



Specials 



Seniors 



Juniors 



Iva Khlia 

Sophomores 
.eta Sherman 



Lilace Kidd 
Lydia Jenkins 
Ruth Funk 



Amelia Krieg 
Marvine Campbell 



( >live Meneley 
Pauline Wisegarver 
Lenna Woods 
Hazel Armstrong 
Jeannette Engle 

Meribah Clark 
Delia Shaw 
I Iai.lik Shaw 
Miriam Tyler 
Maude Stipp 



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GREENEHILL PFEIFFER H. LUMLEY CORKE GESELBRACHT GIDEON KINER 

KNOX HEGENER LACEY KI.AMT RUSH MINNIS BELSHAW TROUTMAN 

BECKER BRUINGTON FLETTEMEYER BEBB FRIER MILLER W'RAY BURGOON 



Loyante 



JUNIOR-SENIOR NON-FRATERNITY SOCIETY 
Founded at Illinois, 1915 Colors — Orange and Blue 

MEMBERS IN THE UNIVERSITY 



E. 


C. O. Beatty 


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A. Bebb 


L. 


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C. 


F. Belshaw 


G. 


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R. Fletemeyer 


John Frier 


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Seniors 



Juniors 



R. H. Klamt 

H. M. LUMLEY 
L. R. LUMLEY 

D. E. Miller 
L. E. Minnis 
R. L. Rush 
R. A. Scott 
J. C. Stirton 

C. W. W'RAY 

E. C. Vanden Boom 



J. M. Knappenberger 
H. G. Knox 
J. J. Lacey 
R. S. Pfeiffer 

H. RrCIIARDSON 

W. C. Troutman 



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LAMB HAMMER MOBURG LADD MERKER HORNEY WHITMAN 

REESE MUNSON LEGGITT EARLY DRUMMOND CARLSON KEMP HINRICHS 

HARVEY CROSS LYMAN THOMAS SI M IN, I CROSBY BRUINGTON SHIELDS HUNT 



Hoof and Horn Club 



Founded at the University of Illinois, December, iqi2 

MEMBERS IN THE UNIVERSITY 

Semple Leggitt Lam i'. 

Laws Hunt Kellogg 

Tupper Early Reese 

Cambell Hammer Whitman 

Lyman Hinrichs Jones 

Engi.e Merker Chalcraft 

Gould Moburg Knight 

Attebery Wilson McGrath 

Johnson Cross Curtis 

Thomas Crosby Hobson 

SlIAEER I'.RUINGTON MlNER 



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LATHROP JOHNSON BURNS BRUINCTON LADD BLACKBURN EBERLINE LYMAN HIPPLE CROSS GREENE 

QUESTEL RIGG TURLEY 

THOMAS GOULD ARNDT DAVIS DE WERFF TUPPER SHIELDS HUFFORD HINRICHS BROWN WEHRLE ENGLE 

PLYMALE WILSON' THOMAS BROOKS RIGGS LYONS MATTIER MYERS HARRIS NEWBURN SAGER HULL 

Country Life Club 

( >FFICERS 

G. L. Rig< ; President 

Pfern 1 1 arris Vice-President 

R. E. Hipple Secretary 

Carrie Lyons Treasurer 

R. H. Engle Program Committeeman 

MEMBERS 

R. E. Apple J. H. Greene R. W. Parkinson 

P. W. Arndt C. H. Grew Bertha Plymale 

F. M. Barrett G. M. Hance B. IP Questel 

H. L. Berlin k H. S. Henrech Mildred Riggs 

F. J. Blackburn R. E. Hipple L. E. C. Rugh 
Ethel Brooks Pfern Harris Anna Sager 

C. C. Burns C. T. Hufford F. S. Scheifer 

D. G. Campbell W. S. Ladd J. E. Shields 
M. Cuscaden C. P. Lathrop C L. Stewart 
J. A. Crawford Jane Leichsenring Mary Teeters 
K. E. Curtiss E. W. Linnard A. R. Thomas 

G. A. Cross R. D. Lyman Polly Thomas 

E. T. Davis Carrie Lyons I. F. Tilton 
H. A. DeYYerf Julia Mattier H. E. Turley 
K. H. Engle Emma Myers F. I. Wehrle 

O. M. Fuller Naomi Neweurn Winifred Wilson 

A. R. Gould Miriam Null 



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W.HENDERSON DAVIS DRUMMOND LOGSDON OTT WOOLFORD 

HEXTER LUC'S VAN SICKLER MC CLUER JOHNSON MOBERLY 

PETTER LYNN MC CARROLL WILSON TODD B.HENDERSON KNIGHT 

Intercollegiate Dixie Club 

Established at the University of Illinois, ipil National Southerners Club 

ACTIVE CLUBS 

University of Wisconsin University of Chicago 

Cornell University University of Michigan 

( IFFICERS 

W. O. Wilson President 

J. R. Hegner Vice-President 

R. E. Johnson ..Secretary 

E. Shelby, Jr Treasurer 

MEMBERS IN FACULTY 
James Wilford Garner, PhM., PhD. Carl Victor Burger, M.S. 
H. S. V. Jones, A.M.. PH.D. John Mabry Mathews. Ph.D. 

MEMBERS IN THE UNIVERSITY 

Virginia Arkansas 

J. R. VanSickler J. R. Hegner 

Alabama A. R. Pettit 

J. Bruce Henderson B. H. Lucy 

W. Henderson O. C. Chisum 

Mississippi Louisiana 

Donald McCluer E. T. Mackie 

Sam Woolford E. Shelby, Jr. 

W. O. Wilson E. S. Moberly 

Tennessee P. A. Niebergoll 

A. N. Hexter Texas 

Kentucky C. P>. 1 ).\vis 

S. 1). Petter ( Iklahoma 

J. S. McCarroll K. I*. Knight 

C. V. Lynn D. L. Todd 

U. E. Johnson A. A. Drummond 

J. E. Logsdon H. \V. Gibson 

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DOXOVAX VEIRS CRAWFORD W'ORTHIXGTOX STEWART MC GRATH 

ELESON BLAIR FISHER KAISER MAYNARD 



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Founded University of Illinois. 1914. 
MEMBERS IX THE FACULTY 



I. H. Beard, A.M., M.D. 
W. E. Burge, A.M., Ph.D. 
[. A. Sperry. M.S., Ph.D. 



J. S. KlNGSLEY, Sc.D. 

R. D. Glasgow, Ph.D. 

II. 1'.. Lewis, Ph.D. 



AY. R. Fisher 



MEMBERS IX THE UNIVERSITY 
Seniors 

\V. E. Savage 
Juniors 



K. J. Kaiser 

E. R. Eleson 

R. A. McDermott 

D. E. Maynard 

E. T. Blair 



P. ( 1. Kreider 
L. F. Donovan 
H. R. Dietmeier 



D. M. Glover 



C. K. ( rADRIEL 

Sohomores 



W. L. Veirs 
W. L. Crawford 
F. Stewart 
F. L. McGrath 

R. W'orthington 



H. DlLLER 

(I. M. Cline 

B. L. Adelsberger 



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GARDNER KEACH ROSENBERG LYMAN 

l'.I.AlK BERLINE GREENGARD BROCK COLBY CRANDALL 

LATHROP LAMBERT FRIED BANGERT PICKETT 

SLOCLM COPE TURLEY BIERBAUM 



Horticulture Club 



Founded University of Illinois, kjo6. 
MEMBERS IN THE FACULTY 
Professor J. C. Blair Professor A. S. Colby 

Professor P. S. Pickett Professor E. W. Bailey 

Professor J. J. Gardner Professor C. S. Crandall 

MEMBERS IN THE UNIVERSITY 
Graduates 

J. L. Crawford 
W. S. Brock 
Seniors 

L. J. Greengard 

H. L. LOGSDEN 

C P. Lathrop 
W, X. Keach 
Juniors 



H. R. Stanford 



J. X. Wanzer 
II. B. Rosenberg 
R. U. Lyman 



E. T. Da\ cs 
L. V. Cope 

II. E. TTJRLE'b 

D. C. Lambert 
J I. I Iakhy 



Si iphomores 
Freshmen 



II. L. Berlin e 
II. X. Fried 

E, A. Bierbaum 

R. X. Slocum 
C. J. Bangert 



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ORGANIZATIONS 




University of Illinois Rifle Club 

Established, 1913. 

OFFICERS 

O. J. Tr< ister - President 

1 ). \<. E. Brown Secretary 

II. C. ( rESELBRACHT Treasurer 

(.). C. K. Hutchinson - Range Officer 



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Guy E. McGaughey 
Arthur M. Metzler 
Milton G. Silver 
Harold E. Clark 
Cecil W. Borton 
John E. Davis 



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"VICTORY- ILLINOIS, VARSITY" 15 -THE - 
SONG-OF-EVERY-TRUE- ILLINOIS- SUP- 
PORTER. VICTORY-HAS-BEEN -THE-AIM-AND 
DURING -TH E- PAST-YEAR-THIS -AIM- HAS 
BEEN- REALIZED-1N-ACHIEVEMENT. OUR 
TEAMS - HAVE-SEEN- VICTORY. AND -OF-THE5E 
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UNBLEMISHED, EVEN-UNCHALLENGED, REP- 
UTATION- FOR- CLEAN- SPORTSMANSHIP. 
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LETES; WE'LL- SPREAD- FAR- AND -WIDE- 
THE- FAML-OF-OUR-COACHE5; WE'LL-RE- 
GARJ) -CHAMPIONSHIPS -WON-A5- AMBITIONS 
ACCOMPLISHED. BUT- WE - WILL - EVER 
CHERISH -ABOVE- ALL- ELSE - THAT- FAR- 
FAMED- ILLINOIS - SPIRIT- WHICH - 
TEACHES- US - TO- PLAY- THE-GAME, 
PLAY- HARD, BUT- WITH -VICTORY- 
ONLY- WHEN -VICTORY- IS -DESERVED. 
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Athletic Association 

Charles Little President 

DIRECTOR OF ATHLETICS 

George A. Huff 

ATHLETIC BOARD OF CONTROL 

FACULTY MEMBERS 

Prof. G. A. Goodenoicii Prof. J. W. Ri< hards 

Dean O. A. Harker Director G. A. Huff 

ALUMNI MEMBERS 
M. Tobin C. A. KlLER 

STUDENT MEMBERS 

Charles Little President 

Richard Kritzer Baseball Manager 

A. Zimmerman Track Manager 

\Y. M. Sutherland Football Manager 

J. R. Jones Interscholastic Manager 

William Ashbeck Circus Manager 

J. W. Freels Inter-Class Manager 

BOARD OF CLASS ATHLETICS 

F. B. Griffith J. L. Whitney 



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Established 1914 Colors — Orange and Blue 

OFFICERS 

J. C. Stirton President 

J. W. Nelson Vice-President 

Walter H. Halas Secretary-Treasurer 

MEMBERS IN THE UNIVERSITY 
C. G. Alwood B. C. Halstrom J. W. Nelson 

W. B. Ames F. R. Hanschman G. T. Parker 

W. \Y. Anderson \V. Hart F. II. Pethybridge 

C. < >. Applegrant E. P. Hohman A. X. Petty 

L. Arbuckle L. Klein II. A. Pogue 

N. D. Belnap F. Koi'i- A. II. Polakow 

J. T. Bradley B. J. Koptic E. F. Pruett 

A. F. Brenneman R. R. Kraft ( r. S. Rogers 

A. S. Buhai W. E. Krebs E. Rundouist 

W. S. Carter A. O. Lansche j. Simpson 

George Clark F. B. Macomher F. Stewart 

R. S. Colton O. Madsen L. C. Stiles 

L. V. Cope A. H. Mason J. C. Stirton 

Dudley Crane L. E. Minnis G. K. Squiers 

J. I). Ctjlp R. Mooney 1-. Tilton 

I. Davis R. L. Moses I. O. Tupper 
E. Fisher C. T McCullv J. W. Watson 

II. S. Gantz A. P. McDonald Ralf Woods 
W. W. Gunkel I). McRobie R.W WOODS 
W. II. Halas J. L. McGregor 



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Varsity Football 

TEAM OF 19 1 5 

( )FFICERS 

Robert C. Zuppke Coach 

Justa M. Lindgren - Assistant Coach 

JoHisr W. Watson Captain 

Franklin Bartlett Macomber (Captain-elect) 

Wilbur M. Sutherland Manager 

PERSONNEL 

Amos Lloyd Brenneman Right End 

Reynold R. Kraft Right End 

Manley R( >ss I 'ktty Right Tackle 

Olav Madsen Right Tackle 

Roland A. Cowell Right Tackle 

Frank Stewart Right Guard 

John Wesley Watson ( Captain ) Center 

Philip I [arry Potter Center 

Clarence Applegram - Left ( iuard 

F. R. Hanschman Left ( iuard 

Elmer Rundquist Left Tackle 

Harlan Brown Graham Left Tackle 

George Kasson Squier Left End 

Hen ry W: Mar kwardt Left End 

George Clark Quarter-hack 

James R. I 'ursell Quarter-back 

Franklin Bartlett Macomber (Captain-elect) Right half-back 

Frank Howard Pethybridge Right half-back 

John Ward Nelson Full-back 

Bernard Halstrom Full-back 

Harold Austin Pogue Left half-back 

David E. Connell Left half-back 



ILLINOIS 36 

ILLINOIS 75 

ILLINOIS 3 

ILLINOIS 36 

ILLINOIS 6 

ILLINOIS 17 

ILLINOIS. 10 



GAMES 

I [askell Indians 

Rolla School of Mines 7 

Ohio State 3 

Northwestern 6 

Minnesota 6 

Wisconsin 3 

Chicago 



Urbana, ( >ct. 2 
Urbana, Oct. 9 
Columbus, Oct. 16 
Urbana, Oct. 23 
Urbana, Oct. 30 
Urbana, Nov. 13 
Chicago, Nov. 20 



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The Season 

[ED with Minnesota! That was the result of the 1915 football season. 
But since there is an inviolable law in sportdom which says that the cham- 
pion retains his crown until defeated the lllini still retain a strangle hold 
on the laurels won by Mji-i's immortal team. 

The 1915 football season was one of surprises and upsets. Somehow 
tilings just wouldn't go right. Strong teams succumbed before weaker 
ones; but through it all the Orange and Blue plodded on. 'lime after 
time the team seemed to be ripped to pieces by accidents. On and on 
Zuppke drove his men. "Fight", he said, and they did light. Victory came, and while 
the team never felt the sting of defeat, two tie games did somewhat mar an otherwise 
successful season. 

Nine "1" men answered Zup's call for candidates early in September; Captain Jack 
Watson, Potsy Clark, Harold Pogue, Bart Macombter, Ross Petty, Cap Squier, Frank 
Pethybridge, Ward Nelson, and Frank Stewart were ready to do their parts. It also 
found some strong second string men from last year, and a big bunch of huskies gradu- 
ated from Jones' freshman varsity. 

Two weeks of practice served to put the boys on edge for the first game with the 
Haskell Indians. These red-skinned warriors never gave the Orange and Blue a bit of 
trouble, and 36 to o tells the story of the first game. A week later the lllini took on the 
Rolla School of Mines and incidentally gave them a 75 to 7 beating. Incidentally, because 
this day marked the beginning of a remarkable string of injuries wdiich came near to 
knocking the spots out of any championship aspirations which might have resided here- 
abouts. One after another the stars succumbed to the attacks of the relentless jinx. Potsy 
Clark suffered a broken jaw; Harold Pogue began to feel the effects of old injuries 
to his leg; Cap Squier had his nose broken; and Jack Watson became a fit candidate for 
the hospital. 

This accounts for the disaster of the following week at Columbus when Illinois fought 
to hold Ohio State to a 3-3 tie. Bart Macomber's goal in the closing minutes of play 
alone staved off defeat. Northwestern came to Urbana for the next game. The Purple 
were worthy foes, although no one ever doubted what the outcome would be. When the 
lllini hit their stride they had little or no trouble in running up a 36-6 score. 

By this time it became a realized fact that the fight for premier honors was to be 
between Illinois and Minnesota. The Gophers were coming strong, and were generally 
conceded to have a decided edge on Illinois, who had suffered several set-backs. But the 
game at Urbana on October 30, before the great Homecoming crowd, proved to be one 
of the fiercest contests ever staged. In the face of what at times seemed to be over- 
whelming odds the lllini fought. Such an exhibition of gameness was never before seen 
on Illinois F"ield. With their goal in danger the Illinois forwards held like a stone wall. 
Luck (so it developed afterward) gave Minnesota a touchdown, and from a difficult angle 
they failed to kick goal. A little later Illinois carried the ball across the goal line, and 
with the ball almost directly in front of the posts Bart Macomber did something he was 
never known to do before — he missed the goal. Back and forth the teams fought, neither 
being able to gain the advantage. The final whistle found the score 6 to 6. 

After the Minnesota game the team took a new lease on life. A two weeks' rest found 
them in shape for Wisconsin. The Badgers came and went, taking with them a 17-3 
defeat. The game was a brilliant one and gave a very good indication of "what might 
have been" if things had been more favorable earlier in the season. The season closed 
with the sweetest of all victories. Chicago fell before the lllini attack by a score of 10-0. 
"The season was one of growth," said Coach Zuppke. "We had big men who had to 
be drilled and drilled before they were anything like finished players. It was not until the 
Wisconsin game that the team had reached anything like their fullest possibilities." 



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The 1 9 1 5 Baseball Team 



( rE< >R< ;e A. Huff Coach 

Harry F. Cogdall Captain 

John T. Bradley Captain-elect 

C. M. Ferguson ., Manager 

Richard Kritzer Manager-elect 

PERSONNEL 

John T. Bradley Catcher 

Leon Arbuckle Center Field 

B. J. Koptik Short Stop 

Frank M. Bane First Base 

Harry F. Cogdali Second Base 

Wilbur E. Krebs Third Base 

L. C. Stiles Right Field 

Ira Rush _ Left Field 

Woodward W. Gunkel Pitcher 

John E. Dayis •. Pitcher 

Walter H. Halas Pitcher 



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The Season 




NOTHER championship! '["his one is clear and undisputed, such 
championships as one l i. I luff is accustomed to bring home to 
Illinois. The supremacy of the ('range and Blue on the diamond 
is rapidly becoming a thing unchallenged. 

The [915 baseball team hesitated only twice in its onward 
march to the top. Mr. Juel of Northwestern was responsible for 
the first of these hesitations. He proved invincible when the Pur- 
ple came to Crbana early in May. and Illinois was defeated, 3 to 
I, Incidentally the same Juel fanned sixteen men — quite a record when the 
pitcher is facing such batters as Bradley, Bane, Arbuckle, and a few other 
Akoonds of the Swat. The second interference with the aspirations of the Illini 
came on May 29, the last day of the season, when Chicago brought her hats. 
balls and gloves (also a might}- good team) to Illinois Field. But Huff's men 
were just as good, and the game ended 2-2 after Des Jardien and Gunkel had 
staged a mighty pretty pitching duel. 

It's sometimes best to tell the story of reverses first. That's what we've 
done Nine other Conference games were pickings for Illinois, although not 
always easy picking. That was one of the features of the last baseball season. 
The games were nearly all close and hard fought. Witness: Illinois 6, Ohio 
State 5; Illinois 2. Purdue 1 (11 innings) ; Illinois 4, Northwestern 2; Illinois 5, 
Wisconsin 4; and so on. 

We're all mixed up in our chronological order, but maybe that is permissible. 
Mr. Huff's early/ call for candidates brought forth nearly the complete team of 
the year before. The great task of the coach was not in finding or developing 
players, but in weeding them out. This was accomplished in time to take the 
men on their usual Southern trip during the Easter recess. The trip was a 
successful one, as were the early practice games. That is to say they were suc- 
cessful if victory means success. From the standpoint of practice afforded the 
games were miserable failures, for with one exception they were all won by lop- 
sided scores. Anyway the team was in condition for the opening of the Con- 
ference on April 24, and from then on it continued through the season practically 
uninterrupted. 

"It was one of the most successful seasons we ever had." was the way Mr. 
Huff summed up the situation. "The team had no particular strong points, and 
no particular weak points. It was a well-balanced aggregation of good ball 
players who worked well together. They were no stronger in their fielding than 
in their hitting. Bui the thing they did have and the tiling which carried them 
through to a championship was 'fight'." 

The team did have stars, however. Little Slip Cogdall, captain and second 
baseman — wasn't he a star? Great big long and lanky Pane, first baseman 
superb, he sure was a star. Ira Rush, Perry Graves, and Captain-elect lack- 
Bradley, all deserve places high in Illinois baseball history. There were more, 
too, but they will be with us again this year, always fighting and probably usually 
winning. We'll leave it for the man who gets our job next year to tell of their 
greatness. 

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1914-1915 Track Team 



Eugene Schobinger - Captain 

A. II. A I asi )N Captain-Elect 

Homer 1 )ea k m an Manager 

A. Zimmerman Manager- Elect 

I Iarry L. < i hi. Coach 

PERSONNEL 



Schobinger (Captain ) 

Mason ( Captain-Elect 

Hohman 

McKeown 

Tapping 

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Track Review 




T WAS a heavy mantel that fell from the narrow shoulders of Captain 
Kink Sanders upon tin- big broad ones of Eugene Schobinger in the spring 
nf [914. With Gene and his men rested the task of upholding the track 
supremacy of the West, which had snuggled securely at Illinois for several 
years. The task was indeed a stupendous one. for at least two other Con- 
ference schools boasted of better teams than they had seen before in years, 
and while the strength of the Illini was almost unimpaired, still three of 
her surest point winners were gone — Sanders, Henderson and Butt. 

Yet so confident were the Illini rooters of the ability of Marry Gill 

to produce a winning aggregation that no one questioned whether the 

1915 track team would come through. For that reason the failure of the team was even 

more startling than it would otherwise have been. But if the team failed, it failed only 

to win, for it did not fail to light. Thcir's was a hard path to travel. 

There were two outstanding difficulties in the 1915 track season. The first was the 
lack of meets to stimulate the men; the second was the condition of the track in the new 
Wiiiow. Coach Gill and Manager Deakman tried in vain to remove the first difficulty, but 
no opponents were forthcoming. Consequently the men did not get a real test until the 
first indoor meet with Northwestern on March 14. In this meet, however, it was all Illinois' 
b\ the one-sided score of 62 to 23. 

A victory like this just one week lie fore the indoor Conference was encouraging, 
lint before the next week the jinx got in its work. Many blame the hard floor in the new 
Armory for putting the legs of the men to the had. Anyway, llohman and Murray, two 
of the best sprinters ever produced hereabouts, were in miserable condition, and other 
members of the squad were not much better off. Chicago proved the big surprise when 
she copped the indoor Conference, but Illinois proved herself truly great by coming in 
second with 25^4 points to Chicago's 37li- It was in this meet that Mike Mason was almost 
lost for the rest of the year. It will be recalled how he ran almost two miles on a bare 
foot, with disastrous results. 

The California trip loomed up a week later. The night before the team was to leave, 
Harold Pogue, regarded as a sure winner in the broad jump, pulled a muscle in his leg 
and was incapacitated. Nevertheless, Gill took both Pogue and Mason in the hope that 
they might he able to compete. A more detailed account of the California meet will he 
found on another page. 

From the time the men returned from the coast, the Drake relays on April 18 were 
the only thing to break the monotony until the meet with Wisconsin on May 15. The men 
were keyed to a high pitch and in one of the fastest dual meets ever staged the Illini went 
down to defeat by a score of 71-55. The meet was featured by the smashing of records. 
Mucks and Stiles of Wisconsin, and Mason of Illinois were the leaders in this. 

The team journeyed to Chicago for its second Conference dual meet on May 23, and 
again they stumbled, as the score of 71 to 51 shows. Rut here again Mike Mason, the 
invincible, starred by winning both the mile and the two-mile. In the former event he 
defeated the great Campbell and Stout, Chicago's best, and romped home in 4:27 3/5. 
Captain Schobinger was also at his best in this meet, but when Des Jardien went wild and 
won both the shotput and discus, the hopes of the Illini were blasted. 

Fourth place was the best that Gill's men could draw in the Conference, but her 
individual stars showed up well, and the meet itself was one of the fastest ever staged in 
the Middle West. It took a mighty good track team to be in the class of the "also rans." 

The 1915 track season was not a failure. It was disappointing, to be sure, hut no 
season can be a failure if the men of the team fight hard and long — if they give the best 
they have to give — if they put true sporting spirit above the desire to win. The short or 
long end of the score is onlv an incident. 



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The Conference 




HERE was history made that day. June 5, 191 5 will go down in 
athletic annals as the day in which the greatest field and track 
meet ever held in the West was staged on Illinois Field. The day 
was ideal; the track was fast; the Conference drew every athlete 
of note in the West. 

Listen: one world's record equalled, six Conference records 
broken, three more Conference records tied. In every track event 
except the 440-yard dash a record was either equalled or broken, 
and the field events were not slow. To Wisconsin goes the honor of winning 
by a single point, but the Badgers were ever hard pressed 1 by the lighting Ma- 
roons, and not until the final event was the outcome apparent. Missouri, largely 
through the efforts of her stars Simpson and Floyd, romped home in third place, 
and the lllini were not far behind at fourth. 

Little Ivan Meyer of DePauw, unheralded and unsung, was easily the indi- 
vidual star. Mis performances in the mile and half-mile were nothing less than 
phenomenal. Wisconsin was lucky in having big Arlie Mucks, who personally 
amassed twelve points for the Badgers. Stiles of the same school, Mason of 
Illinois, Simpson of .Missouri, and Campbell of Chicago, must all have their 
names inscribed in the Hall of Fame by virtue of their part in that record- 
smashing contest. 

For years, yea for a generation, whenever followers of track athletics gather 
together, whenever talk turns to meets past and present, the Fifteenth Annual 
Western Intercollegiate Conference run on our Illinois Field, will be pronounced 
the greatest of them all. 




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The California Meet 




£S, we got beat, but we traveled 6,18] miles, through fourteen 
states to do it. And that isn't all — we had a the dansant in our 
honor, saw the Fair, Los Angeles, New Orleans, and — But say, 
did I tell you about the time we had in New Orleans? 

That's the way it always ends up when any one of Harry 
Gill's twenty men starts telling of the California trip. Yes, they 
got beat all right, but Mr. Walter Christie's hoys knew they had 
been up against some mighty stiff competition, and the final score 
of the meet — ~\ to 51 — doesn't show nor begin to show how hard the Illini speed- 
sters pressed the boys of the West. 

The trip was the longest ever taken by an Illinois team, and the fact that 
they were invited to be present at the dedication of California's new track was 
in itself a high compliment. We shall not undertake to excuse the team's de- 
feat; we will only say that Illinois more than held her own in the track events, 
hut the westerners through sheer force of numbers rolled up an unsurmountable 
lead in the field events. There was no specially fast time made due to the slow- 
ness of a new track. 

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GILL, COACH BIRKS COOPER ZIMMERMAN, MANAGER 

GANTZ BURGOON MASON, CAPTAIN MC KINNEY WRAY 

Cross Country Team 

Harry Gill, Coach 

A. H. Mason, Captain 

A. C. Zimmerman, Manager 

H. S. Gantz 

D. W. Burgoon 

Norman McKinney 

C. W. Wray 

H. N. Cooper 

J. M. BlRKS 



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Illinois Track Recor 

OUTDOOR RECORDS 

roo-yd. Dash May 

220-yd. Dash ...Bell, Cortiss 

440-yd. Dash Cortiss, Sanders 

Half Mile Run.. I [enderson 

One Mile Run Mason 

Two Mile Run Mason 

120-yd. High Hurdles Case 

220-yd. Low Hurdles...... Brown, Case 

High Jump Clark- 
Broad Jump I'ogue 

Pole Vault Murphy 

Shot Put Burroughs 

Hammer Throw Burroughs 

Discus Brundage 

One Mile Relay — Cortiss, Sanders, Hunter, Hend 

INDOOR RECORDS 

Event Holder 

35-yd. Dash May, Phelps 

60-yd . Dash Hohman 

40-yd. Hurdles Jenkins. Duprey 

60-yd. High Hurdles Arnes 

440-yd. Dash Sanders 

Half Mile Run Henderson 

One Mile Run Mason 

Two Mile Run Mason 

Shot Put Burroughs 

Pole Vault Murphy 

High Jump Kirkpatrick 

Relay (Stirton, O'Meara, Pendarvis, Henderson) 



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23 ft., 4 in. 
12 ft., 6 in. 
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ATHLETICS 



ftlje lil IP PaskeiMl leant 



OFFICERS 

Ralph R. Jones, Coach 
O. II. Climstedt, Trainer 
Ray Woods, Captain 

PERSONNEL 

Ralf Woods 
Gordon Otto 
J. B. Felmley 
C. G. Alwood 

C. O. Applegran 

D. W. Elwell 



SCHEDULE 

January u Illinois 22 

January 15 Illinois 21 

January 22 Illinois 27 

February 9 Illinois 30 

February 12 Illinois 21 

February 19 Illinois 14 

February 21 Illinois 27 

February 26 Illinois 31 

February 29 Illinois 17 

March 4 Illinois 29 

March 6 Illinois 28 

March 13 Illinois 20 

Total Illinois 287 



Purdue 11 
Ohio State 10 
Wisconsin 20 
Chicago 17 
Northwestern 23 
Wisconsin 34 
Minnesota 22 
Chicago 13 
Northwestern 25 
Purdue 19 
Ohio State 22 
Minnesota 9 
Opponents 225 



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No one can say that tin- io,i5-'i6 basketball season was not a success. True, there 
arc those who, spoiled by a succession of championship teams, think that anything which 
does not come up to the thousand per cent mark is not worthy of the Orange and Blue. 
But those are they who boast most when the team is winning and who grumble most when 
a single same is lost. They are not sports but simply "pests you meet." 

On looking back so soon after the close of the basketball season one wonders "Why?" 
\ further investigation shows that tlic whole standard of Conference basketball was higher 
this year than ever before — at least in recent years. Wisconsin and Northwestern were 
both represented by veteran teams, and teams winch had been runners up in previous years. 
Wisconsin, in particular, who has bad four championships in the last five years, was 
always recognized as a most dangerous competitor. The Illinois team was composed of 
two men who had seen service as regulars last year, one last year's substitute, and two new 
men. There was not a man on the team who had previously won more than one "I" in bas- 
ketball. That, with this green material, Coach Ralph Jones and Captain Ray Woods should 
have come through with a team tied for second place speaks well for the coach, the players, 
and the support given the team by the student body. This is a combination that will always 
produce Results, with a capital "R". 

But at that the lllini rooters expected a championship. And by winning the first four 
games the team kept the camp followers disillusioned, so that when defeat did finally come 
the rooters were almost dumbfounded. The title seemed comfortably near when Wisconsin 
was defeated on January 27 by JJ to 20. Perhaps the boys were a little overconfident when 
the Purple came for their game. Anyway, that was the hard pill to swallow, and the 23-2] 
defeat in a five-minute extra period seemed to change the whole spirit of the team. Just 
two other games were lost — one to Northwestern on their own floor, and one to the Badgers 
al Madison. But by the time these games were played the championship didn't seem so 
near and the sting of defeat wasn't nearly so sharp. 

Any old team which can win nine out of twelve games, and tie for second place in 
the Conference, is certainly good enough for us— that is, almost good enough. We will 
call every season a success if our teams all do equally well. "Wait till next year," is a cry 
we all hate to hear, but with the team scheduled to return intact, a coach that is without 
a peer, and that grand old Illinois spirit to back the team always, we can't hope but wonder 
if the championship crown isn't about due to return again to Jones-Woods & Co. 
CONFERENCE BASKETBALL STANDING— 1915-1916 

Won Lost Pct. 

Wisconsin IT ' ■'■'" 

Illinois 9 3 .750 

Northwestern 9 3 •75 ri 

Minnesota 6 6 -5°° 

Indiana 3 5 .v •: 

Chicago 4 8 -333 

Iowa 2 8 .200 

Ohio 2 8 .200 

Purdue 2 10 [67 



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Varsity Swimming Team of 1915 

OFFICERS 
Edward Manley .... Coach 

John M. Griffin Captain 

Alexander P. McDonald Captain-Elect 

PERSONNEE 

J. M. Griffin (Captain) 22Q and Sprints 

E X. Chapman Breast Stroke 

A. P. McDonald ( Captain-Elect ) Plunge 

Ralph Schiisswohl.. ~ Sprints "and Relay 

J- J" 0tt Sprint's 

K. Green Sprints and 220 

C K Fifield I > ack Stroke 

[ • ' ■ ^ ! NER Breast Stroke 

D. \\ . Crane Sprints and Relay 

SWIMMING TEAM SCHEDULE 
February 12 — Northwestern at Evanston. Swimming and Polo. 
February 19— Wisconsin at Crhana. Swimming and Polo. 
March 1 — Chicago at Chicago. Swimming and Polo. 
March 1 1 — University of Cincinnati at Qrbana. Swimming. 
March [6 and 17 — Conference swimming meet. 



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Varsity Polo Team of 1915 



OFFICERS 

Edward Mani i:y, Coaih 
' >. A. Lansche, Captain 

PERSONNEL 
( ). A. Lansche ( Captain > 

M, J. I loi.M BERGER 

E. Fisher - 

1 1. B. McCluggage 

A. \'. Lundgren 



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Illinois Tennis Team 




THE TEAM 
A. S. Buhai, '16, Captain 
R. L. Moses, '16 
G. S. Rogers, '16 

E. T. Colton, '17 




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BUHAI 



The io,i_l-'i5 tennis season at Illinois could hardly be called successful from 
the standpoint of victories won, as the team was beaten by Chicago and North- 
western. There are redeeming features, however, in the decisive defeats admin- 
istered to Wisconsin and Indiana and in the fact that all of the members of the 
team will be eligible to play again this season. 

The four-man team defeated Indiana early in the season and when Buhai 
and Moses won from the Wisconsin two-man team several weeks later, chances 
for a championship looked bright. Northwestern proved to be the first stumbling 
block, however, when a two-man team beat Buhai and Moses on the Illinois 
courts, and Chicago snuffed out the waning hope for a four-man team title by 
winning a unanimous decision over the Illini quartet. H. N. Fried played in Col- 
ton's place in this match, the latter being kept out by a sprained ankle. In a 
return match with Indiana the Illinois team repeated their former victory. Buhai, 
Moses and Colton failed to place in the Conference meet at Chicago. 

The outlook for future Illini tennis teams was brightened when E. ( 1. McKay, 
a freshman, defeated even the veteran stars, Buhai and Moses, for the University 
title in the fall tournament. McKay won the individual championship at the 
Illinois Interscholastic last year. He will be ineligible for this year's varsity. 

R. E. Moses is the captain-elect, and with all id" last year's team back and 
other promising material trying for places, tennis enthusiasts are hopeful. 



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ATHLETICS 




A T II L E T I C S 



Golf 



II. R. WalgoNj '17, Captain 
J. M. Simpson, '17 

R. II. < )LSON, '16 



C. L. Weems, '17 
W. H. White, '16 
If. H. White, '18 






With the recognition by the 
^^« ' Athletic Association of golf as a 

^Br minor "I" sport, the ancient game 

has come into its own at Illinois. 
The popularity of the game as a 
student pastime and the notable 
success of the golf team last fall 
are the two most important con- 
siderations which led to its perm- 
anent establishment as a Varsity 
sport. 

Illinois won the Western Golf 
Association tournament held at 
Chicago during the last week in August, beating out the 
Chicago University team in the final of the medal play 
matches. Captain Walton was unable to take part in any of 
the western matches and his play in the eastern tournament, 
which followed, was below his standard because of an injury 
to his hand, sustained a week before the western meet opened. 
Illinois made the first invasion of a western university of 
the Eastern Intercollegiate Golf Tournament, held at Green- 
wich, Conn., during the first week in September. The team, 
composed of Walton, Simpson, Weems. Olson, W. H. White 
and H. 11. White, was beaten in the semi-finals by the cham- 
pionship Vale team, four of the matches going to extra holes, 
in only one of which Illinois was successful. In the election 
of officers of the Association, the eastern universities paid a 
tribute to the showing of the Illinois team by electing Captain 
Walton president. 

Walton, who has transferred to Pennsylvania University, 
and Olson, graduated, will be missed in this year's line-up, 
but with Simpson, Weems ami White left for a nucleus, suc- 
cess in the eastern meet is expected. 

The University nine hole course, 
under the control of the Illinois 
Golf Association, is being con- 
stantly improved and is attracting 
increasing numbers of students. 
Permanent possession of the cup 
offered by the Association to the 
winner of the semi-annual Uni- 
versity tournaments was won by 
11. R. Walton last fall when he 
"copped" the University cham- 
pionship for the third consecutive 
time. J. M. Simpson has been a 
close runner-up to Walton in the 
University tourneys and was 
awarded an "I" for his brilliant 
play in both the eastern and west- 
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Gymnastics 

The 1915 season was not an entirely successful one from the Gym team's 
point of view, but in the several matches, marked improvement was shown 
over the work of previous years. Coach Fargo worked the men who came out 
into excellent condition and in the Western Intercollegiate meet at Lincoln 
Nebraska, in April, Illinois finished a strong third, Wisconsin and Chicago 
finishing only a few points ahead for first and second places. A dual meet with 
Chicago resulted in a victory for the ancient rivals. At the close of the season, 
R. M. Ka'mm was chosen to head the 1916 team, but due to injuries, will be 
unable to compete. With four veterans on this year's squad, prospects for a 
winning team are much better. 

THE TEAM 
P. J. Nilsen, Captain C. L. Pfeiffer 

R. M. Kamm E. G. Bucher 

H. Horimura Leon Adler 

P. J. Sweeney C. E. Sims 

THE INTERCOLLEGIATE MEET 

Wisconsin 12^7 

Chicago T245 

Illinois 1 1 Si 

Nebraska T00 7 

Minnesota : ,,, >, 



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Fencing Team 



With tl:e final slash of the broadsword at Lincoln, Nebraska, the fencing 
team finished a rather successful year considering the circumstances. Early in 
the season it was learned that Coach Pengillev would he unable to return on 
account of ill health. Its members consisted of Bode, Cook. Taylor and Captain 
Van Natter, just before the Wisconsin meet Van Natter became ill and was 
unable to enter. The meet resulted in a tie. The Chicago meet was held three 
weeks later at Urbana. which resulted in a victory of 6 to 4 for Illinois. The 
Conference meet was held at Lincoln, Nebraska, April 10. 

The Conference meet this year is to lie held in Minneapolis, Minnesota, 
April 8. Prospects for first place look very favorable. 



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Wrestling 



Coach Evans, in the one year that he has had charge of wrestling at the 
University, has developed a strong aggregation of mat men. In the Western 
Intercollegiate meet, held at Lincoln, Nebraska, in April, although Cope was the 
only man to win a place, every Illinois man who did lose his match, was 
defeated on decision and not on falls, by the eventual winner in his respective 
class. Prior to the meet at Lincoln, Chicago, Wisconsin and Indiana were met 
and defeated in dual contests. Coach Evans' success in his first year here 
promises well for the coming season. L. V. Cope was elected to captain the 
1916 team. Personnel of the 1915 team: 125-pound, Potter; 135, Rehling; 145. 
Welsh; 158, Cope, Rimneburg; 175, Frederick. 

GYM TEAM SCHEDULE 

February 26, 1916 Chicago Gymnastics, wrestling, fencing. 



March 4, 1916 Indiana Wrestling 



at Bloomington. 



March 11, [916 Purdue Wrestling only at LaFayette. 

March 26, [916 Wisconsin At Urbana, gym, wrestling, fencing. 

April 8, 1916 Confencese At Minneapolis ; everything. 



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ATHLETICS 



Freshman Varsity Football 




Allen 

Woods 

Conrad 

Firebaugh 

Snyder 

Lyon 

Haas 

Knop 

Strauch 



Slauderman 
Sternaman 

TWEEDIE 

Crow 

Christensen 

Charpier 

Roupel 

Petty 

White 



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Freshman Varsity Baseball 




KOHLER 


Karkow 


Deal 


Klein 


Halas 


Cinnamon 


Noiim 


Westenhavei 


Kratzenburg 


KlEFER 


Johnson 


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ATHLETICS 



Freshman Varsity Track 




Deakman, 


manager 




Stuebenraucii 


Henderson 






Kreidler 


Allen 






Marshall 


.Glass 






Gildner 


.Burgoon 






Kntght 


II USTED 






Cooper 


Spink 






BlRKS 


Bennett 






Young 




Casner, 


coach 





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Freshman Varsity^ Basketball 




WHITTERMORB FELMLEY ikHS SNYDER 

ELWELL ENGLISH MEYERS STRAIGHT ANDERSON 



Freshman Varsity Swimming 




MANLEY 

BAUER BARBER CHURCHILL BOLLING MALI. 

CARY CHRIST CAMPBELL ARMSTRONG GRAY FIELD 

TAYLOR BRUER LINEEN \h GREGOR M< ELDOWNEY 



ATHLETICS 



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MULAC LITTLF KRITZLR J.THOMAS 

CLEMENTS BRUINGTON AMES HOWE DRAULEY 

FELDMAN TROSTFT: BEAL MILLER THOMAS HOWE ROBINSON 



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Sophomore Class Football 




Freshman Class Football 




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ATHLETICS 



Senior Swimming Team 




R0HLF1XG GRIFFITH BUELL 

LINDSEY DEBB DOWNEY 

Junior Swimming Team 




MOREY S1GMUND MEYER GROSS SCOTT 

smrrARD ingwerson brooks grewe 



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Sophomore Swimming Team 




churchill MCGREGOR hayxl, manager muxcrieff colling 

MO] I CAMPBELL SLADEK FRANl Is KROESCHKLL CARY, 



Freshmen Swimming Team 




MASON COLLINS MORTON 

M'OTTER HOCKEV BOYLE CARNES 



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ph^kal TRAimns FA\um 




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Department of Physical Training 

There is no university where the girls derive more benefit and enjoyment 
from their Physical Education than at Illinois, partly because of the splendid 
equipment for outdoor exercise in the fall and spring, and party because of the 
varied and well-balanced courses. Each girl is given her choice of an outdoor 
sport: hockey, basket-bad, base-ball, golf, or tennis. To the team which wins 
in the class games of hockey, a silver cup is awarded, this season to the Seniors. 

About the last of November the indoor work begins, consisting of Swedish 
marching tactics, rhythmic exercises, folk-dancing, apparatus work, and games. 
In January basket-ball practice is started, any girl having the privilege of trying 
for the class teams, which play off their games in February and March. During 
the winter months, there is opportunity to enter the bowling tournament. 

Both aesthetic dancing and swimming are elective, there being in the former 
two large classes, beginning and advanced. Late in the year swimming culmi- 
nates in a final contest. 

The work of the second semester emphasizes interpretive dancing and 
pantomime, preparatory to the annual May Fete. This Fete is not merely an 
exhibition but represents the regular class work done during the year. In the 
late spring attention centers upon the tennis courts, where the tournament 
decides the champion players in singles and doubles. 

A practical phase of the departmental work is the teachers' course. More 
than a hundred children enjoy organized play in the gymnasium every Saturday 
morning, under the supervision of the practice teachers who conduct the play 
according to playground methods. 

An especially well-organized factor in the development of the Physical Train- 
ing department is the Woman's Athletic Association, eligibility for which is 
based upon the number of points earned. 

There are six "hundred girls enrolled in gymnasium work, 345 of whom 
are taking the required work. An increase of a hundred in enrollment over 
that of last year indicates the fast growing need of a new gymnasium for 
women. When this is realized. Physical Education for Women at Illinois will 
be increasingly potent in its influence for better health and greater efficiency. 

Louise Freer, 
Director Phvsical Education for Women. 



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Woman's Athletic Association 



OFFICERS 



( rERTRUDE \\'i-:r.KR, I 'resident 
ECate Lackey, Secretary 

ACTIVE MEMBERS 



Grace Geyer, Vice-President 
Grace Mitchell, Treasurer 



Esther Ac kerman 
Nellie Andrews 
Eunice Badger 
Velda BamesberGEr 
Winifred Barnes 
Margaret BArto 
Elizabeth Byer 
Laura Bardwell 
Mary Ann Boyd 
Marvine Campbell 
Dorothy Chew 
Verna Brooks 
Edith Chaeken 
Grace Christy 

I [arriet Dadant 

I I elene Doty 
Dorothy Doty 



Dora Frazee 
Louise Freer 
Helen Fisher 
Ruth Fox 
Rosa Lee Gaut 
Grace Geyer 
Mate ( hddings 
( fladys Green 
Pauline I Iai.i iwell 
Margaret I Iemenway 
Mabel I Iitt 
Anna Lue Hughitt 
Edith Hudson 
I [azel Hulburd 
Bertha Kirk 
Kate Lac key 



( Iladys Lovewell 
Jean MacInnes 
Marian McConnel 
Mary McKee 
Frances Marks 
JeAn Mason 
Edith Middleton 
Grace Mitchell 
Caroline Morris 
Edith Osmond 
Clara Pause 
Elsie Rogers 
Mary States 
Rachel Talbot 
Charlotte Urbain 

( rERTRUDE WeBER 

Gertrude Yale 



WINNERS OF ATHLETIC HONORS 



Mabel Ja< kson 
Verna Butzer 
I km a Latzer 
Frances Brooks 



\\.\e Turlay 
Mam if. Rives 
Nelle Barnes 
Edna McKee 
i i vzel brunson 



* rERTRUDE WEBER 

Ruth Robbins 
Kate Lackey 

( (RACE M IT( II lit. 



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Freshman Hockey Team 




ARNETT GABRIEL GANTZ BARACKMAN CURTIS BRAUNS 

STEVENS CONDON WATTS CHESTER WOODS CONKLIN 

BALLINGER .MEYER BENNETT KING W1LTSIE CLARK 



Sophomore Hockey Team 




DARMSTATTER KIETH DRAZELTOX NEEDHAM PIERSON 

MONOHON WIKOFF 1)A^• JOHNSON SAMUELS 

ATTERBURY ( HRISTY SHAPLAND JOHNS LYMAN H \MPTON 

-•' OKU IS RANKIN STEIN BADGER STATES SUTTON WILES 



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Junior Hockey Team 







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BALDWIN BOYD MIDDLETON ALLEN HUDSON DADANT KIRK 

FOX ACKERMAN NATES DALI.ENBACH ALLEN 



Senior Hockey Team 



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LACKEY, (CAPT.) II ITT 

I RBAIN FRAZEE 



M [TCHELL rHOMPSON 

MARKS GE^ Hi I II \l. 



WEBES MACINNES 

JOY N I R B1 I K 



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Junior Basketball Team 




MIDDLETOX ALLEX KIRK DADANT BOYD DALLENBACH FOX ACKERSON 

HUDSON 



Senior Basketball Team 




MITCHELL GEHANT 

URBAIN DAVIS CHEW 

DODDS THOMl'SOX GEYER 



FKAZEE HITT FASOLD 

WEBER LACKEY GILBERT 

MARKS FISHER MAC IX MS 



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Freshman Basketball Team 




CAMPBELL RHODES WILTSIE SIMPSON 

SCHAFFER ANDREWS EPPINGER WARREN 

KE E M R WOODS BRI NER CRON I N 



COUDON 

SCHAFFER 
111- BAHE 



Sophomore 


Basketball Team 


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DAY SAMUJ LS 



YALE FLOCK LOVEWELL 

SMITH ATTERBURY MON MIAN 



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ennis 



In the- spring of nineteen fifteen, thirty-two girls 
registered for the animal all-class tennis tourna- 
ment. Tlie matches were played in singles, eaeh 
round eliminating half of the number. At the end 
of the fourth round two girls still held the field: 
Bernice Stratton and Mary Bolen. In the final 
matches, by hard-fought and eonsistently-played 
games, Miss Bolen succeeded in making herself the 
champion of the season. 








Bowling 



Howling is becoming a regular sport among 
the girls. The tournament this year, as well 
as the tennis tournament, was for the first 
time run off by an elected student manager. 
.A Inch enthusiasm was displayed. The 
matches were between classes, the seniors cap- 
turing the championship. 








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UNIVERSITY ACTIVITIES 



Home- Coming 



By Ring \Y. Lakdner 



The editor and cheif of 
would I try and compose a 
because theys no man better 
ing than me on account of I 
yr. This yr. I reffer to [915 
Urbana and 1 time to Ann Ar- 
and I was also ast to come 
ana but my family says I bet- 
day and come home to River- 
Well I supose when the 
merit down at Urbana because 
care what I done in them 2 
had of ast me sooner because 
none of the incidents that hap- 
I have forgot most of the funm 




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the illio wrote and ast me 
article about the home coming 
fitted to write up a home corn- 
get in on 3 or 4 of them every 
I come home 3 times 1 time to 
bor and 1 time to Madison 
home to Bloomington in Di- 
ter brake a record 1 Satur- 
side. 

editor says home coming he 
what would him or the reader 
other places only I wisht he 
all though I havent forgot 
pened in and around Urbana 
1 down there without crack- 



ing a smile. 

In the 1st. place I got to Champaign about noon the day beffore the Minn, 
game and they was a big crowd at the depot including Fred Lowenthal and Elm 
Tobin so they seen me and says Well hello and I forgot now what come back 
I give them. So they says you better have some lunch but I says I ett on the 
train. So they didnt seem to be nothing more to say on either side so I left 
them and went to the hotel and the man says You got a rm. resserved and I says 
I' should ought to have because I wired a telegram and then I told him who I was 
and his face lit up like a catheadural and he gives me a key and sent a bell 
hopper up to rm. with me to get a dime. 

So then I come down and run into Geo. Huff but not hard enough to hurt 
me and also Mr. Carr from Chi. that makes up something for sleeping cars 
probly upper births and they kidded a native into takeing us around in his 
motor automobile and 
we was drove out to 
the country club and 
threw the campus 
and I pertended like 
I was interested in 
everything and finely 
the man that owned 
the automobile found 
out how to stop it and 
left us get out at the 




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athaletic feild and we hung a-round here all 1'. M. and 1 seen the seniors act com- 
ical and J said a hole lot of pretty good things that I cant recall them but they kept 
our party in a uproar. Finely the lllini was put threw there secrets on the 
regular field and I seen it all but dident spring none of my gags for the fear 
of braking up the practice. After the practice we walked down to Champaign and 
Mr Tobin and Mr. Lowenthal wanted I should go with them to the mash meet- 
ing where they was going to speak so I done some quick thinking and says No I 
would half to stay in the hotel and write my article lor the world gratis news- 
paper so I wrote it sent il over to the telegram office and Mr. Tobin was there 
sending in a acet. of the peace he had spoke at the mash meeting and he read 

what Id wrote and they was a lot 
of stuff in my article that was fun- 
nier then what he had in his so he 
cut out part of my article and 
throwed it in the waist basket in a 
fit of distemper. 

After Td ett supper 1 went to 
bed a long while after. In fact I 
jest cralled into my night gown and 
got to bed when it was time to get 
up and join a fraternity. So 1 was wisked over to Urbana and 
lint threw the fraternity and I forgot its name now and then we 
ett lunch and I went to the Jim and seen the players of both Minn, 
and 111. riming a round without hardly no close on them so I got 
out of the bilding as soon as I could and stood on the back porch 
a wile and looked at the feild so as when I wrote my article on 
the game 1 would know witch was the ends of the feild and 
witch was the sides and wile I was studing the matter somebody 
interduced me to Bart Macomber and little did 1 know when I 
shook hands with him that I was shaking hands with a transient 
on the all america team. ] says something funny to him and he 
laughed and then went and got in bis locker so as he could laugh 
with a little privatecy and then Dr. Wms. the Minn. mgr. come up and I and him 
had quite a talk. He says this here feilds harder then the i we got up to Minn. 
And I says Is that so. 

Well I was rtgureing on getting some 
sleep while they played the game 
but it wasent no game where you could 
enjoy a nap and it wounded up with 
each nine scoring 6 runs and then 1 was 
wisked down to Alfred Delts bouse 
and he was giving a stag party and 1 
and Cap Beerman shook hands with all 
the guests and I was embarased and so 





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was Cap Beerman because they dident give us the diffrunt na,mes in alphabet 
order or nothing but jest as they come and dident even spell them for us and 
we was so busy saving please to meet you Air. Mumble that we couldent think 
up no risky remarks. 

So then we was wished down to the station and 1 says good by to my wishers 
and throw ed in a couple of comical remarks for good measures and get on the 
hold of the train and circled a round a big stake at some one elses expense and 
then played cards all the way to Chi. with the football officials without looseing 
no money. The .Minn, nine dident come on our train or I would have found 
out who had the best of the game so I guess we will half to leave it go as a tide 
game or we might say that the Minn, team was the Champs and call the Mini 
the Camps in honor of Walter. 




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Interscholastic 



By Our Own Ring Lardnee 



In the beginning we was 
tion relating to the activities 
ing of two kinds, sub rosa, 
as poker and that advertising 
and Junior politics and such 
known as otherwise, as the 
open house and Phi Gamma 
and they call Fijis. These oth- 
of the Council of Administra- 
wear your pin on your pa- 
by-laws relating to liquor be- 

But King beat our time 
because it was an introducing 
write like Ring because it 




scheduled to lead off this sec- 
of the campus. These acts be- 
that is them below the board, 
fraternity, meaning T. X. E., 
like. The other kind are 
Y. W. Doll Show and Kappa 
Delta, what we call Phi Gams 
erwise ones bask in the light 
tion in them you don't have to 
jamas or suspend rule 9 of the 
fore the president taps the keg. 
and we had to write this over 
article the editur says we can't 
would detract from his work. 



We feel handy-capped but we don't offer no applogies nor bear no grudges neither. 
After Rog Bronson and Sid Kirkpatrick had got all those banks notes put 
away which they got for their X-libris we had interscholastic. 

First of all was the May day Pageant. "Just at sunset the bleachers on 
Illinois field were filled with countless multitudes gathered together to witness 
the "Dance of the Hours" we mean the may Day Pageant." Just that one 
sentence we copied out of last year's lllio, in which there is a retorical master- 
piece about the may-pole dance. We ex- 
pect we could just as well copy the whole 
piece, cause we never found anybody that 
had taken time to read it, except the guy 
who wrote it perhaps, and we ain't so sure 
of him. 

We was among the countless multi- 
tudes assembled on the bleachers, which 
held something like (>,ooo countless multi- 
tuders. The pageant had something to do 
with Illinois. They dragged in something 
about Indians, as there always is when they 
think their stunt needs some of this local 
color to get across. We don't see why Illi- 
nois should have so much tradition about 
Indians, there never was any in this state 
except Sacs and Foxes and Hippopatamies 
or Pottedhammanies, or something like 
that, they were both a scurvy lot. 




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Anyway that dance was syallabilistic or euphonic or interpolative or some- 
thing like that. There was seeds that grew up to be corn and artichokes and 
cosmos and burdocks and Canada thistles and we don't know what all. Some of 
them wore dresses we figured to he scandalous short till last summer when we 
discovered that they was only advancing styles meaning them dresses, as was all 



alike and k 



(I like llicv was bought wholesale. 



Last year they danced until the purple shadows of dusk had descended but 
this year they quit at dark. Mr. Strauch didn't take all these pictures over there 
because it was dark when some of them would have to be taken, but they are 
pretty g 1. 

Alter dark everybody as was lucky or crooked or a university publicationer 
went to the stunt show over in the Mass Meeting Mall. We ain't none of these 
so we went to the < >rpheum. The Daily Illini files, that being the closest to actual 
records as we have accessage to, says that Alpha Delta Pi, female for Alpha 
Delt, won. They had a stunt about a jitney bus or peace ship or something like 
that. They got one of them I i~X shiny pieces of tin ware as have been distributed 
during the past year. The Thetas got second place. They called their act Wild- 
fire, the frontrowers avow it was pretty wild, but we bet it didn't have a thing 
on the Orph. They got $10 in real gold. 1 guess they played for that prize 
figuring to use it for insurance. 

Next morning they had classes for PostvGrads, Phi Beta Kappas and guys 
that had overcut, being none of these we didn't go. At noon we went to meet 
preppers. Later we enjoyed ourselvs at the track meet with Wisconsin. It was 
hotter than blue blazes, meaning the weather, the track meet wasn't, we got beat 
(this means the track team, that is to say, Illinois, we ain't trackers). 70 to 57 
or something like that. They sure was cocky, but they laughed, like the blooming 
jackass too soon, because they was still 
to play us in baseball and we com- 
pletely rotated the furniture and wal- 
loped them. Jack Bradley cut loose 
with a young Jake Stahl at a very cli- 
matic point that was good for three 
consecrative bases. We will sure hand 
it to Red. it was one of those Casey 
at the bat times when old Red Gunkle 
came up with a bat. Red assumed a 
nonchalant position at the plate and aft- 
er due preliminaries knocked the ball 
over toward left field and the fold line. 
By the time it got to the ground there 
was seven Wisconsin men fooling 1 hem- 
selves by yelling "1 got it." They was 
all around it but that was as close as 
they got to it. We forgot how many 




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men there was that scored but if the whole Wisconsin nine had got there we 

think il would have been a home run. Anyhow we scored enough to beat them. 

Then came the denoument of the afternoon, we don't know what that word 

means but it sure sounds swell. The event to which we refer was the drill of the 
cadets. It has two purposes, that is objects in life, one is to fool the high- 
schoolers so that they will come here and register in Military. The other is to 
keep the underclassmen and the preps away until 6:45 s,) that the rest of the 
hatters can eat and get the table set again before they can get back. Being an 
underclassmen we can't say how the drill was but we know there was mighty 
little left to eat when we got home as the high schoolrs beat us to it while we was 
going back to the Armory. 

That evening there was a big band concert, and nearly everybody got a date 
and went. At 8 o'clock there was a big oratory and debate contest in the Audi- 
torium. We asked Air. Sarett who won it and in what time but he said that they 
didn't do it in time but that they tried for distance. I le said that Miss Ruth Lieber 
or something like that took first place. We couldn't go to the Auditorium cause 
we had a couple of ]>as>es to the (dee and Mandolin club concert at the Illinois 
They sang and played until real late, but everybody enjoyed it heaps. The 
Lambkins club did a little stunt too, it was pretty good but we couldn't get any pic- 
tures of it. 

Saturday morning we fought our way to breakfast with about 80 preppers, 
you thought we were going to pull that old one about sleeping on the billiard 
table, but its us for the new stuff and besides we ain't got no billiard table at 
our house. Some of them high school boys seemed just as handy at breakfast, 
we mean with a knife and fork, too. Then we went over to the field and 
watched that prep meet. We was in the press box reporting for the home town 
paper. We certainly did cheer when them home town boys won an event cause 
we was writing at space rates. 

That afternoon we had another ball game. This is Saturday afternoon that 
we are talking about. We won. Say somebody won that trackmeet. We played 
and Red < iunkle, that guy that pitched yesterday and won that game I was talking 
about, you remember it, well old Red he pitched again and he sure looks funny 
when he pitches, just like those fat chorus girls at the Orph (Gosh, we'd like to 
see Steve Birch pitch ) With his leg up in the air. That is to say just before he 
pitches, he brings it down when he lets go of the ball. Well he only gave themm 
fellers one hit and if we'd had a game Sunday 1 guess the other team would have 
resigned. 

After supper came the circus. First they had a big parade. All them 
manager guys got out their dress suits, just like we was having a formal party 
and went around the track in automobiles. We%ot a pass and went. It was 
more denied fun, the Sigs, that being the Sig Chis won. They was on horses 
and played shinney. they really wasn't on horses, they was the horses and them 
legs on the sides were only fakes, but I believe the crowd thought they had horses. 
Beta Theta l'i, that being the ones we call Betas, well they got another prize. 



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they had a bug. Darn funny bug, he looked real friendly like Casey, that Alpha 
Delt dog, only the wind pretty near blew him over once. Phi Kappa 1 'si ( Phisi) 
and Phi Delta Theta I Phidelts) got another prize. They had a submarine sink 
Chicago, They had a great time, lots of them lire-works and burning up of ships, 
all except the ship Illinois. Gosh, I thot they was real boats it got so exciting. 

The field, being Illinois field as we mean, was all lighted up, thats why we 
got these pictures, they are pretty good, but if they hadn't had that field lit up, 
I don't believe we coulcl have got them. After the circus they had a dance at 
the Armory, that one they call Jim's Annex, not the real Armory with the track 
in it. We couldn't get a pass and a date and it was too hot and crowded. 

Alter that most everybody and his brother had a little celebration, we don't 
remember going to lied, hut we must have, for we got up. That was Sunday 
that we got 1 1 j > . It was afternoon, the preppers were gone, we don't know why 
the) have preppers, hut they do, wonder if we and Moll Grieser and Dix liar- 
wood and Doc Scott and the Dekes were like that when we were preppers. We 
went hack to bed and went to sleep. Then we woke up and next day that was 
Monday. It sounds like that was when we wrote this but it wasn't, we wrote this 
between semesters this year, that being [916 as we refered to. 





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ILLINI 
BOARD OF 

CONTROL 



SCOTT 





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GLOVER. 




BROWN 



The Daily Mini Staff 

Donald M. Glover, '16 Editor 

Kenneth G. Brown, '16 Business Manager 

EDITORIAL STAFF 

Silvan D. Harwood, '16 Managing Editor 

Allen B. Brown, '17 News Editor 

Milton G. Silver, '17 .News Editor 

Henry S. Beardsley, ' 1 8 News Editor 

Harold Boeschenstein, '18 News Editor 

Frederick V. Arber, 16 Miscellany Editor 

Arthur S. Van Deusen, '18 Assistant Editor 

Ray L. Grantz, '17 Sporting Editor 

K. DeWitt Pulcipher, '18 Contributing Editor 

BUSINESS STAFF 

Woodruff L. Crawford, '17 Assistant Business Manager 

William R. Mathews, '17 Assistant Business Manager 

Edward S. Niciiol, '17 Assistant Business Manager 

Walter E. Baker, '16 Bookkeeper 

L. F. Tenner, '18 S. M. Julien, '18 

R. L. Ingram, '18 D. A. Warford, '18 

N. Romero 
ATHLETIC REPORTERS 
R. E. Gilmore, '18 C. Healey, '18 W. G. McConnel, '18 

WOMAN'S STAFF 

Lucile Needham, '16 Editor 

Rayna Simons, '17 Assistant Editor 

WOMAN'S REPORTERS 
Theresa Samuels, '18 Bertha Bing, '18 

GENERAL STAFF REPORTERS 
D. L. Mink, 'ij W. B. Remlfy, '19 W. H. Bushman, '19 

M. Gardner, '18 R. E. Quisno, '19 A. E. Singer, '19 

J. W. Greene, '18 E. C. Hartman, '19 W. Shellabarger, '19 

F. E. Richardson, '18 L. B. McCaffrey, '19 W. G. Simpson, '19 

P. W. Miller, '18 P. A. Niebergall, '19 L. J. Penny, '19 

R. C. Preble, '19 H. J. Schumacher, '19 



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1917 Illio 

Howard R. Ferguson Editor-in-Chief 

Frank M. Judson Business Manager 

EDITORIAL STAFF 

Tom Brow n Ass< >ciate Editor 

Hawley Smith Associate Editor 

S. D. Kirkpatrick Senior Editor 

J. H Heindei Activity Editor 

Scott McNulta Assistant Editor 

Bert E. Cade Assistant Editor 

Henry S. Beardsley Assistant Editor 

E. B. Hayes Assistant Editor 

E. D. Shelby Assistant Editor 

M . G. S i ever Athletic Editor 

Ray L. Grantz Assistant Athletic Editor 

R. B. Phalen Assistant Athletic Editor 

Helene Doty Women's Editor 

E. G. Roos Organization Editor 

Earl F. Swaim Assistant Organization Editor 

E. G. Seiered Photographer 

M. M. Lovell..... Art Editor 

D. W. ( iRIFfiths.. Assistant Art Editor 

C. B. Rowe Assistant Art Editor 

SOPHOMORE ASSISTANT EDITORS 
W. C. Butler Henry Cooper 

Lawrence Winters 

BUSINESS STAFF 
R. A. Burton J. B. Pagin 

Russel S. White M. M. Hart 

CHICAGO EDITORS 
J. E. Fetherston C. S. Cusick 



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J. Kenneth Barber, '16 .' Editor 

Robert A. Burton, '17 Business Manager 



EDITORIAL STAFF 



S. Dix I [arwood, '16 
James Shoemaker, '16 
M ii.tox ( 1. Silver, '17 
I Iauui i) Page, '18 



Allen B. Brown, '17 
R. E. Denz, '16 
K. DeWitt Pulcipher, '18 
S. M. Raphealson, '17 



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E - s - Miller Editor 

1. D. Amsbary... Business Manager 



EDJT( )RIAL STAFF 



('. A. Klein..... 

Roger 1 1 iu 

W. M. Siemens.. 



J. H. Ticknor 
I [arold Turner 
S. I ). I [arwood 
Carlton I Ikai.y 
R. II. Thom pson 
V. X. Clark 
I. F. Bailey 
A. A. Dan ky 



A. M. KlR( HER.. 
F. C. Norlin 



VV. Patton 
M. Ettincek 



Art Editor 

..Associate Editor 

\ssociate Art Editor 

A. S. Van Deusen 
J. K. Barber 

E. Malapert 
Sampson Raphaelson 
C. W. Campbell 
Don V. Chapwan 

F. II. Mac Elvain 

I'll 11.11' CORPER 



P.CSIXKSS STAFF 



M. 



Advertising Manager 
..Circulation Manager 

Lum m cs 
. Ware 



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DAILEY CHAPMAN BATLEY VAN DEUSEN CAMPBELL CLARK 

CORPER HEALY ETTINGER THOMPSON RAPHAELSON 

TICKNOR WARE LUMMIS MAC ELVAIN MALAPERT PATTEN 

BARBER SIEMENS KLEIN AMSBARY MILLER KIRCHER NORLIN 



The Siren Staff 



A university is a funny place. 

Illinois is a university. 
Hence Illinois is a funny place. 

This is one method of proof. Another is to read the Siren. This maga- 
zine, calling- itself the "Life of Illinois." collected all choice bits of humor which 
were turned loose on the campus during the past winter, and then, whenever a 
new month rolled along, distributed this wit with several pages of cartoons to 
the student body. Within its pages it contained many proofs that college does 
have a light side if yoti can only see it that way. 

The Siren saw it that way and, although the business manager as he shifted 
a roll of bills from his hip pocket to his vest claimed that the paper was too 
good to make any money, the general opinion seems to be that the year was a 
success. 



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ACT] V I T I E S 




BRUINGTON 



MILLS 



The Illinois Agriculturist Staff 

Earl V. Bruington Editor-in-Chief 

J. Turner Mills Business Manager 

Abner R. Thomas Managing Editor 

George Curtiss Circulation Manager 

Marguerite Bennett Household Science Editor 

J. 1 1. Checkley ....Alumni Contributor 

JUNIOR ASSISTANTS 

C. F. Binder R. E. Hipple 

George Gehant E. C. Hopkins 

A. R. Gould J. J. Lacev 

F. W. Graves Ruth Kincaid 

1 1 elen Kirkpatrick 

B< )ARD OF MANAGERS 

Dr. W. L. Burlison J. Turner Mills 

Professor \V. C. Coffey C. I. North 

Earl V. Bruington G. L, Rigg 



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KNTAHI.INHKl, 1880 

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THOMAS 



FREARK 



The Technograph Staff 

R. R. Thomas, 'id Editor-in-Chief 

P. W. Freark, ' 1 (> Business Manager 

A. M. Tower, ' 1 7 Associate Editor 

J. Hackle v, '18 Assistant Business Manager 

L. H. Schickendanz, '16 President of the Board 

C. M. Clark, '17. Secretary of Board 

SOCI ETY REPRESENTATIVES 

L. 1 1. Schickendanz, '16 M. E. Society 

V. S. Day, ' 1 7 M. E. Society 

R. R. Thomas, '16 E. E. Society 

D. G. Evans, '17 E. E. Society 

P. W. Freark, '16 C. E. Society 

W. A. Himmelreicher, '17 C. E. Society 

E. H. Schlader, '16 Railway Society 

C. M. Clark, '17 : Railway Society 

H. E. Willson, '16 Mining Society 

M. Reed, '17 Mining Society 

C. Treischel, '16 Ceramics Society 

J. L. Crawford, '17 Ceramics Society 

A. M. Tower, '17 Member at Large 

J. 1 l.\< ki.ky, '18 Member at I .urge 

E. C. Grot, '18 Member at Cargo 



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CRAWFORD 


DAY 


GROT 




HEMMELBEICHER 


WILLSON 


SCHLADER 


(LARK 


TREICHEL TOWER 


THOMAS 


FREARK 


HACKLEY 



The Technograph 



The Technograph is progressing for the thirtieth successive year as the offi- 
cial publication of the Engineering College. It is the only magazine of a strictly 
technical nature issued about the campus. The p ilicy of the publication is deter- 
mined by a board of members elected from the various engineering societies. The 
plan followed this year has been to devote an entire issue to each of the engi- 
neering departments in order to give the student- an idea of the work in each 
department. The November issue was on Mechanical Engineering; the January 
issue, on Electrical; the March issue, on Railway; and the May issue, on Civil 
Engineering. 

Articles are written by students, alumni, faculty members, or other people 
of authority. In general the aim is to provide a medium by which the ideas of 
the engineering students may be expressed, and through which the results of the 
different engineering departments may lie published, an 1 to give the ideas of men 
engaged in practical engineering to the undergraduate body. 



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THE ILLINOIS 

CHEMIST 



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KIRKPATRICK 



LAND STROM 



The Illinois Chemist 



STAFF 

S. D. Kirkpatrick Editor 

A. W. Landstrom Business Manager 

ASSISTANTS 

Editorial Managerial 

R. J. Goodrich P. D. Jenks 

C. W. Lenzing J. L. Brown 

EDITORIAL BOARD 

E. A. Rees Chairman 

E. H. Vollweiler Secretary 

D. F. McFarland. Ph.D. F. C. IIaiix 
G. D. Beal, Ph.D. O. A. Barnes 

B. S. Hopkins, Ph.D. C. A. Zelle 

E. E. Charlton A. \Y. Landstrom 

S. D. Kirkpatrick 



The Illinois Chemist, the most recent undergraduate publication, is a product 
of the Department of Chemistry, which is just launching into an era of pro- 
gressive expansion. On April 17th the largest laboratory in the world devoted 
exclusively to the study of chemistry was thrown open to a teaching force of 
chemists which outnumbers that of any American University. To keep the alumni 
and undergraduates in the closest touch with the growing department is the mis- 
sion of the Illinois Chemist, and since its initial appearance last May it has striven 
steadily toward that goal. 



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UNIVERSITY A C T I V I T I E S 




Me and Us on Histrononics and the Drammer 

Are you shuddering and quivering, wondering what that Mash of lighten- 
ing, that crash of thunder, those moans, those crys, those sighs, that coy patter 
of lear drops may portend? lie not in suspense, reader; the editor of this por- 
tion of the book is a confiding soul, so right off 
the bat he lets you in on the secret — you are now 
head and heels, uptoyourneck in that section 
devoted enclusively to ( ah ! one must pause be- 
fore breathing it) to— THE DRAMMER. 
***** 

"A MAID AND A MYTH" 

Wuz we goin' tobeoriginal in this 'ere 
hing, ( as Ring might put it ) we'd remark that 
the drammer had ben livly inthecoi'lege the past 
Iyer. Instead, we'll donatetheinformation (as 
common as Bill's big toe ) that Herb. Stothart is 
considerable of a director of moosical comedies. 
Fast is that when Herb, staged "A Maid and a 
Myth" on the twenty-third and fourth days of 
the month of April, last year, for the Illinois Un- 
ion Dramatic Club, he done his durndest, and 
that was some do. 

The college had heard of these operas, 
but as the year of 1914 had passed without any 
such offering, many of the younger persons in 
these parts wondered what such an affair was like. Bid Bennett and Duke Van- 
sant already had some ideas in shape, and some work done on an opera. Then Po 
Field came out of retirement, got himself inspired, and wrote lyrics. Mohlman 
and Pewee Byers wrote some music, and the show was ready for two more 
things — a director and a cast. Both were forthcoming, and shortly. 

Those in charge were fortunate enough to secure as director H. P. Stothart. 
He is a "big time" man ( in theatrical lingo), he knows music, knows stage setting, 
knows impersonation, and he is possessed of one of the most dynamic person- 
alities to be found anywhere. When he got here he found a splendid show — 
plot, music, and lyrics ; and to him came a big assortment of first class talent. 
As a result "A Maid and a Myth" played to two packed evening audiences, 
and one good matinee crowd. It was pronounced by the school and visitors to be 
a wonder (some went so far as to say that it gave just as much entertainment as 
if professional), and the only regret that those in charge had was that it could 
not be taken on the road for about a week. 

the cast: 

Jacques, proprietor of the Inn H. P. Byers 

Pierre, an old peasant Edgar D. Wallace 

"Bunk" Jordon, a young American Bart Macomber 

"Healthy" Daniels, a young American Stephen M. Bbri 11. 

Harrison Payne, in love with Constance Raymond Denz 

Ted Stewart, son of Hiram Stewart Waldo L. Schlueter 

Hiram Stewart, the "Pretzel King" Scott McNulta 

Geoffrey Hastings, an Englishman Monroe Heath 

Constance Stewart, daughter of Hiram Stewart Marshall S. Dutton 

Phyllis, an American girl Fred L. Mills 

Amelia, an American girl Elmer C. Dewer 

Cochette, a Parisian dancer Walter S. Frazier 

Tom and Jerry, waiters Arthur S. Metzler and Don T. Swaim 



ACi 



Q N I V E R S I T V AC T I V I T I E S 



S. R. Derb^ 

W. II. Ill AI. 

R. . \ . \\\<\ \ \ i 



W. EC, Craw ford 

W. I' I'.i \ i in i \ 

A. E. I'l 1 MING 



( HORUSES 

Mm 
W. M. Sll MENS I!. I''. RUSY 

I'. M. Boston a. C. Sinai hi rn 

C I.. Wei ms C. E. Fraser 

I ). A. Armstrong 

(.iris 

C. I). Wagstaff 
W. 1 1. Browne 
].. M. \\ I \ I ERS 

Setting 

Inn. 



( !. I''. Scoi i 
E. T. Ma, mi 
!•'. D. Griffith 



I. I'.. Caroll 
T. A. Haish 
I.. T. Jenneh 



B. T. Curtis 
R. L. McKown 
R. !•'. Vansant 



Ait I Garden of La Belle Cavern 

Act II -Ballroom of I. a Belle Cavern hm (evening). 

Staff 

Business manager, II. \V. Deakman. 

Other members of the business staff wen-: W. G. Emmond, M. Wolter, E. II. Renner, 
0. W. Stoddard, Carter Brown, E. F. Brazeau, J. L. Kohl, W. ('. Deiss, K. I'.. Humphrey, W. 
II. Kuhn, W. L. Ashbeck, D. M, (.lever, ('. M. Ferguson". 

"MILESTONES" 

Tucked away in the foliage of Commence- 
ment, hidden under the cloud of final examina- 
tions, so that less than a fourth of the school 
knew anything about it, Mask & Bauble pre- 
sented, in tlie Auditorium on June 14 and 15, 
1 91 5, the play "Milestones," by Arnold Bennett 
and Edward Knoblauch. Because of the time of 
presentation, the audiences for both perform- 
ances were not large, but those who did go pro- 
nounced the production decidedly credible. 

The piece itself was produced on the profes- 
sional stage some three seasons ago, and is 
known particularly for its force in driving home 
its lesson, and for its trueness of character de- 
lineation. It is neither comedy nor tragedy, but 
is of a serious nature which calls for able acting. 
This is particularly so because the first act is in 
i860, the second in 1885, and the third in the pres- 
ent day, thus making it necessary for some of 
the characters to play three ages, and nearly all 
to play at least two. 
Mrs. Elsie Weary Heilman was in charge, and repeated the success which 
she attained earlier in the school year in directing "( )ur Wives." The cast 
showed some new actors, and some who had appeared here before. The parts 
which ran through all three acts, and which were the principal roles, were filled 
by Miss Nell Barnes, Miss Dorothy Doty, and Scott McNulta. 




THi- cast: 



John Rhead Scott McNulta 

Gertrude Rhead Dorothy Doty 

Mrs. Rhead Fay Fisher 

Samuel Sibley W. 11. Sellards 

Rose Silbley Neli.e Barnes 

Ned Pym W. S. Frazier 

Emily Rhead Franc ks ECeen 

The setting — A drawing room in London. 

The director — Mrs. Elsie Weary Heilman. 

Business manager — Mitchell Wolter. 



Arthur Preece John H. Kasbeer 

Nancy Sibley Maude Marks 

Lord Monkhurst F. E. Walser 

Muriel Pym Ella Tillotson 

Richard Sibley Mitchell Wolter 

Thompson John S. Walker 

Webster Kay win Kennedy 



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"GREEN STOCKINGS" 
Homecoming time brought from 
Mask & Bauble, "Green Stockings," 
a comedy by A. E. Mason. It was 
produced at the Illinois theatre on Oc- 
tober 29 and 30, 191 5. 

Of course, the gaiety and the 
crowds here for Homecoming assured 
good houses. The play itself was a 
clever piece, and the audiences which 
filled the theatre both nights were en- 
thusiastic, not only over the skill of 
acting and presentation, but from 
sheer enjoyment. 

Probably the most notable feature 
of the presentation of "Green Stock- 
ings," aside from the success which is 
proved, was the newness to the Uni- 
versity dramatic public, of the persons 
of importance. Miss Ker, who had 
the leading part, was making her bow 
here — and it proved a most entrancing 
one; Mr. Sellards, who played opposite her, had his first part of importance in a 
play given while school was in session ; and at least half of the members of the 
cast were appearing for the first time to University of Illinois audiences. 

The director was also doing her first work here. Mrs. C. A. Gille of 
Decatur had charge of the performance, and the artistic completeness of the 
piece attested well as to her ability. 




THE I AST! 



Admiral Grice (retired).. ..William Savage 

Colonel Smith W. H. Sellards 

William Faraday Scott McNulta 

Robert Tarver Danny Beal 

Henry Steele Bob Terry 

James Raleigh E. F. Brazeau 

The setting — Library of a London home. 
The director — Mrs. C. A. Gille. 
Business manager — ScorrT McNulta. 

* * * * 



Martin E. W. Parlee 

Celia Faraday Loraine Ker 

Madge (Mrs. Rockingham) Dorothy Doty 
Evelyn (Lady Trenchard)....ANN Wieboldt 

Phyllis Rose Libman 

Mrs. Chisolm Faraday (Aunt 

Ida ) Mae Sexauer 



"THE WINTER'S TALE" 

An important step towards more widespread, big scale amateur work here 
was made when the Philbmathean, Alethenai, Illiola, and Adelphic literary 
societies combined into the Illinois Dramatic Union. It is unfortunate that a 
name so similar to one already existent society was chosen, but the fact of the 
combination is of significance. 

In years past these societies have paired oft', and given two smaller produc- 
tions. This year all four merged in the presentation of Shakespeare's "The Win- 
ter's Tale" in the University Auditorium on February 12. 

The production was beautifully costumed, excellently cast, and well staged. 
In the leading parts were: Miss Nellie Patterson, as Hermione; Miss Richardine 
Woolman, as Perdita ; Miss Laura Bardwell, as Pauline; Mr. G. K. Brady, as 
King Leontes ; Mr. E. P. Hohman, as Florizen ; and Mr. W. H. Troutman, as 
Autolycus. Mr. Woolbert was in charge. 



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UN] V E N S I T Y AC T I V I T I I'. S 




( >TI IKK PR( >DUCTI( )NS < »F THE 
YEAR 

In the course of the year past 
there have been presented from time 
to time, things which, while less pre- 
tentious than the productions already 
mentioned, are of sufficient importance 
to demand passing mention. 

Principal among these is the play 
given by summer school students on 
August 6. They chose "Much Ado 
About Nothing, " and, under the tutel- 
age of Mr. Woolbert, staged it in the 
Auditorium in true Shakesperian 
style. Leading work was done by 
Miss Zelomia Ainsworth, as "Bea- 
trice," and I.. I*'.. Frailey, as "Bene- 
dick." 

A revival of "Ralph Roister Dois- 
ter" liked the Morrow I lall hoards 
on May X, [915, with a east made up 
of members of the Philomathean and A.'ethenai literary societies. 

Nor have foreign tongues been neglected in the choice of plays. French 
students gave "Le Medicin Malgre kui," one of Moliere's comedies. The Cireulo 
Literario Espanol chose May X, [915, as Spanish night, and in Morrow hall gave a 
program, half of which was a playlet, "Despues de la kluvia, et Sol," and half 
a concert. Both these plays were given in the second semester of the year 1914-15. 
On Dcember 10, in the Theatre Belvoir, the DDeutscher Verein staged "Alt 
Heidelberg." 

The fact that the last mentioned performance was the night of the Junior 
Prom cut into its attendance. With this exception, all three plays were worth while, 
and gave considerable enjoyment to those interested in the drama in foreign 
tongues. 



In conclusion, one cannot refrain from remarking that there is, at the 
present time, a most healthy interest and activity in this institution in the 
sphere of the drama. The large number of productions, the talent shown in each, 
and the wide variety of groups which are responsible for their presentation all 
show a plane of advancement in this field which must be satisfying to those who 
have worked for such a result, and should be a matter of pride to the whole 
student body. 



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UNIVERSITY ACTIVITIES 




FRAZIER ASHBECK MCCRACKEN HILL 

DUTTON K1RBY MYERS WOLTER CLOVER BYERS 

DEAKMAN MACOMBER ROOT FIELD MORRISSEY 



SCHLL'ETER 
BENNETT 



Lambkins Club 



The Lambkins Club was organized in 1914 by a group of men who were 
talented in music, dramatics, and kindred arts. Although the primary aims of 
the club are of a social nature, some public entertainments have been given. 

During the past year the club has been inactive, pending a proposed affilia- 
tion with the Union Dramatic Club. It was at length decided, however, that the 
interests of each could be best maintained through independent operation. 

It is planned to extend the scope of activities for the next year, and the 
Lambkins Club bids fair to establish the reputation in the college world that the 
Lambs Club, after which it was patterned, has attained in the theatircal profession. 



F. W. MOHLMAN 

H. N. Byers 

W. K. McCracken 

D. M. Glover 

R. E. Hill 

F. B. Macomber 

F. C. Palm 



members 



PLEDGES 

R. F. Vansant 



W. I. KlRBY 
W. L. ASHBE< K 

W. L. Schlueter 
M. Wolter 
S. M. Birch 
\Y. R. Myers 

W. T. Ritter 



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Mask and Bauble Dramatic Club 

To know that the audience which witnessed its productions considered 
(hem as Worth white as means of recreation as if they had been professional out- 
puts, is as great satisfaction as can come to an amateur dramatic club. Those 
who witnessed Mask i\: Bauble's two offerings of the past year considered them 
worth the price — not as examples of the farce of amateur bungling — but as 
legitimate entertainment. 

The club chose two plays which had been on the professional stage some 
few seasons before, but which had not shown recently in Champaign. They 
were "Milestones" and "Green Stockings," two plays of wholly different char- 
acter, but each decidedly forceful and clever in its own way. 

The past year has seen the local club extremely active in pushing the national 
organization of University Dramatic Clubs, which was promulgated the year 
before largely through the initiative of the local club. Explanation should be 
made of the fact that, due to this national organization, the local unit is known 
officially as Mask & Bauble Chapter of the Associated University I 'layers. 

Mask & Bauble has also done its part in promoting the fusion of different 
societies of the campus which are interested in histrionics. In this work, bow- 
ever, it has only been the assistant of F. K. Drury, to whose effort principal 
credit for the movement is due. 



Mitchell Wolter.. 

Scott McNulta 

Nellie I 'atterson. 
Frank Ferguson 



OFFICERS OF MASK & BAUBLE 



i 'resident 

.Business Manager 

Secretary 

Treasure 



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UNIVERSITY ACTIVITIES 



Mask and Bauble 




MOORE 

PENPARVIS LIBMAN BRAZEAU CALDWELL SELLARDS PARLEE 

TERRY SEXAUER BRYANT DOTY BIRCH WOOLMAN SAVAGE 

1RE1TSTADT FERGUSON PATTERSON WOLTER KER MC NULTA MITCHELL 



BEAL 



HONORARY MEM HERS 



Thomas Arkle Clark 
Stuart P. Sherman 
F. K. W. Drury 
Walter A. Buchen 



Emma M. Breitstadt 
\Y. E. Savage 
Frank C. Ferguson 
W. O. Pendarvis 
W. H. Sellards 
W. M. Moore 



Nellie Rand Patterson 
Stephen M. Birch 



Mary Caldwell 
R. A. Bryant 



Martha |. Kyle 
Mrs. T. A. Clark 
Mrs. P. S. Sherman 
Daisy Blaisdell 



SENIORS 



Richardine Woolman 
Mitchell Wolter 
Grace Mitchell 
W. If. Beal 
R. I. Terry 
Mae Sexauer 



JUNIORS 

E. F. Brazeau 

E. F. Parlee 
Scott McNulta 

S( )PH< >M< )RES 

Dorothy Doty 
Lorraine Ker 
Rose Libman 



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UNIVERSITY A ( T I V I T I E S 



The Illinois Union Dramatic Club 




ILLIOOIS 

toon 



PRfioaeic 

CL6IB 




uoLceft 



What students missed by not having an opera in 1014 was amply recompensed 
by the production of "A Maid and a Myth" at the Illinois Theatre on April 23 
and 24. It was a cracking good show — just as a show, not as an amateur 
display — and nothing but enthusiastic praise of it has been heard since. 

The passing of one year with no opera left quite a gap in the membership 
of the club itself. Such was the talent in the cast of "A Maid and a Myth." 
however, that it was an easy matter to pick from that list a complete mem- 
bership for the club. 

Full of interest and enthusiasm the rejuvinated organization met late in 
January. 1916, elected officers, and found itself in excellent shape for the work 
of staging the 1916 opera. 

What the 1916 opera will be is still a matter of conjecture as the lllio goes 
to press. Two complete sets of plot, score, and lyrics were submitted to the 
Committee appointed to make the selection, but each presented such a wealth of 
possibilities in one particular or another, that the committee has had to take 
some time in making its choice. 

OFFICERS OF ILLINOIS UNION DRAMATIC CLUB 

R. F. Vaxsaxt President 

Scott McNulta Y ice- 1 'resident 

Mitchell Woltek Business Manager 

E. C. Dewey Secretary 



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UNIVERSITY A C TIVITIES 



The Illinois Union Dramatic Club 




BOSTON BRAZEAU DENZ SIEMENS 

WINTERS BEAUBIEN MACKEY STODDARD GRIFFITH MC KEOWN 

SCHLEUTER METZLER DEWEY MC NULTA VANSANT WOLTER MACOMBER STRATHERN 



R. F. Vansant 
Mitchell Wolter 
YV. M. Siemens 
A. M. Metzler 



SENIORS 

D. M. Glover 

K. I!. Humphreys 

E. D. Wallace 

W. L. SCHLUETER 
W. H. Beal 



R. E. Denz 
B. F. Rusy 
W. P. Beaubien 
F. D. Griffith 



1 1. W. Stoddard 
S. M. Birch 
E. C. Dewey 
E. F. Brazeau 



JUNIORS 

R. L. McKown 
C. D. Wagstaff 
M. Heath 
I!. F. Macomber 

C. L. Weems 



P. M. Boston 

St (ITT McNULTA 

G. P. Brown 
E. 'I". Mackie 



L. M. Winters 



SOP1K (MORES 

G. E. Scott 

W. II. Browne 



X. ( i. Strathern 



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(J N ] V E K S I T y A ( T I V I T I E S 



The Star Lecture Course 




STAR. 
LECTURE 
COURSE! 




HELM 



KESIG 



The Star Course in its relatively few years of existence has come to he one 
of the feature institutions of campus life. Both from an artistic and a financial 
standpoint this season has been the most successful in the history of the course. 
It is not a purpose of the course to make money beyond a margin of safety. 
Though each year has seen an advance in the quality of the talent the season 
fee of two and three dollars has not advanced. ( )n the contrary, with the assur- 
ance of a capacity Auditorium, the future may have greater ventures in store. 
The literary societies and all past administrations may look with pride upon the 
ready confidence now shown the course by the community, as it was won by a 
consistent policy of good faith. Out of town folk, too, responded so readily 
this season that special cars were engaged to bring them. 



478 



UNIVERSITY ACTIVITIES 



The Star Lecture Course 

Conducted by the Philomathean and Adelphic Literary Societies. 

MANAGERS 

Paul P. Kesig I 'ihl< >mathean 

Herbert C. H elm Adelphic 

THE C( >URSE 

Mme. Olive Fremstad October 16, 19 15 

Prima donna dramatic soprano, Metropolitan ( )pera Co. 

Pen Greet Players November 17, 1915 

Jn "Much Ado About Nothing". 

Admiral Robert E. Peaky January 18, 1916 

"The Story of the North Pole." 

Fritz Kreisler February 9, 1916 

Premier violinist. 

Gay Zenola MacLaren March 1, 19 16 

Reader of plays. 

Julia Claussen April 3, 1916 

Contralto of the Chicago Grand Opera Co. 



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UN I V E R S I T Y 



A C T I V 1 T I E S 



Post-Exam-Jubilee 




The Fourteenth Annual Post-Exam Jubilee, which is given under the 
auspices of the Y. M. C. A., was held on February 8th, 1916. This mid-year 
theatrical having gone through ali the stages of failure and success, presented to 
the public a program more unique and original than those heretofore. 

Native talent from China, Bulgaria, South Africa, and Hawaiian Islands 
gave the touch of uniqueness necessary to secure the place of honor for the Cos- 
mopolitan Club. 

T. K. E. combined musical art with various personal appeals to the audience 
and won second place. Phi Gamma Delta depicting a Turkish harem, modernized 
by American slang, was placed third. 

The beginning of this mid-year custom must be attributed to Mr. P. A. 
Conrad, who was general secretary to the Y. M. C. A. in 1902. He later left to 
continue his work in Buenos Ayres, where he is now located. 




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UNIVERSITY A C T I V r T I E S 



Oratory and Debate 

Time was when il was considered the thing at Illinois when public speaking 
was mentioned, to shake the head and bite the lip, and inquire dolefully,' "What 
on earth ails it? How can yon bring it to life?" Everybody seemed to think 
that this was the appropriate attitude toward an institution which in spirit of a 
certain lukewarm goodwill on the part of the student body, the solid support of 
the faculty, and the entire absence of any active opposition (like that upon 
which football thrives) was slowly but surely pining away. 

This is a thing of the past. If anything was the matter with University 
public speaking it has been found out. Certainly, oratory and debate have been 
vitally alive at Illinois for the last season or two. 

The first note of change from the diminuendo con dolore phase of Illinois 
forensics was struck in 1914. when A. V. Essington went to the Northern Ora- 
torical League contest and took iirst place for this University in competition with 
such schools as Michigan, Minnesota, Wisconsin and Northwestern. The first 
•prize in the N. O. L. is probably the greatest honor of its kind that is bestowed 
in the .middle west, and our stock as a forensic university began to rise. It was 
at this time that the Board of Oratory and Debate brought about the formation 
of the Midwest Debating League, of Michigan, Wisconsin and Illinois. Mich- 
igan and Wisconsin are two great debating universities, Michigan in particular 
having a nation-wide reputation in this special line. 

The first debates in this new organization took place on March 29, 191 5. 
The question was, "Resolved: that in anti-trust legislation, labor unions should 
be exempt from construction as combinations in restraint of trade, constitu- 
tionality waived." A team composed of L. B. Leonard, H. W. Bye and D. A. 
Grossman lost an evenly fought contest to Michigan at Ann Arbor by a two to 
one vote of the judges. The affirmative team, composed of R. E. Himstedt, G. 
W. Bristow and E. 1!. Hayes, won over Wisconsin at the Auditorium by a unan- 
imous decision. 

In this year our N. O. L. representative was R. E. Himstedt, who, with a 
strong oration called "The Modern Bad Man," won first in the opinion of more 
judges than did any other contestant, although the percentages awarded the prize 
to the Minnesota representative. 

Illinois sent Gerald Darfiekl Stopp to the Intercollegiate Peace Association 
contest, with an oration entitled "The New Democracy." Mr. Stopp took first 
honors. 

This fall a large number of candidates tried out for the Central Debating 
League teams, and six able men were selected. The Minnesota debate was lost, 
hut the home debate with Iowa was a victory. 

More and more men come out for these activities every year, and they are 
getting a loyal and enthusiastic support from the student body. There were 



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about a thousand men and women in the audiences that heard each of the last 
two home debates. Probably it is both a cause and an effect of this support that 

Illinois has a scries of extremely creditable victories to look hack upon within the 
last two years. 

The change in the altitude toward forensics which we are witnessing can 
he explained only by some important change in the nature of collegiate public 
speaking itself. And this change is not far to seek. It concerns both the man- 
ner and the matter of public speech and is not peculiar to Illinois only, hut is 
taking place throughout the west. For a long time the standards of platform 
address were of the theatrical, affected sort. The word "orator" suggested a 
young man with flowing hair, a W'ehsterian frown, a George Washington atti- 
tude, and a Patrick Henry gesture. This style may have suited statesmen of a 
generation ago, hut in college speakers of the present day it failed to he con- 
vincing. Accordingly, these ideals and standards were completely thrown over- 
hoard, and the public speaking world set about finding new ones. The first rule 
was that the manner must he sincere. It might he even a little rough, but if it 
were sincere it commanded respect and won contests. This was the first result 
of the search for new standards of public Speech; the search has been going on 
for the last decade. During this period of evolution those who came to hear 
were few, but university speakers are now developing sufficient power in the new 
style to command audiences. 

Besides thischange in the manner, there has recently begun to take place 
an equally significant change in the matter of collegiate public speech, which 
makes itself particularly noticeable in debating. The trouble with debating was 
sometimes said to he that the questions chosen were abstract and uninteresting. 
Rut this could hardly he, for these questions were current problems of public 
policy that were attracting considerable popular attention. The difficulty was 
in the treatment. Debating speeches frequently were merely spoken essays, liriefs 
were drawn with an eye to completeness and compliance with certain set rules 
rather than clarity and strategic effect. Jt is now recognized that the first business 
of a public speaker is to hold his audience by the clearness and interest of his argu- 
ment, and that "to be scholarly it is not necessary to be uninteresting." 

This spring two great contests take place in the Auditorium, the Northern 
( 'ratorical League contest, and the debate with Michigan. May Illinois continue 
as she has begun, until she has a recognized place among the great forensic uni- 
versities of the west. 



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Illinois- Minnesota Debate 




SLATER 
FLEMING BRADY 

I. M. I. DEBATING LEAGUE 

December 3, 1916. Madison 

QUESTION 

"Resolved: that the several states should adopt a system of compulsory indus- 
trial insurance, constitutionality waived." 

Affirmative (Minnesota) Negative (Illinois) 

Harold Sorlein Denna F. Fleming 

D. E. Nicholson (',. K. Brady 

David Lundeen Frank C. Slater 

JUDGES 

Prof. James O'Neil Madison, Wisconsin 

Prof. J. I. Gavlord Winona Normal 

Prof. E. A. Wilcox University of Iowa 

Decision 
Unanimous for Minnesota. 



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Illinois- Iowa Debate 




KNIGHT EWERT CLEM 

December 3, kji6. Auditorium 

I. M. I. DEBATING LEAGUE 

QUESTION 

"Resolved: that the several states should adopt a system of compulsory 
industrial insurance, constitutionality waived." 

Affirmative (Illinois) Xegative (Iowa) 
Earl C. Ewert R. Lemley 

P. K. Knight W. H. Anges 

O. M. Clem R. J. Shaw 

JUDGES 

Judge Frank P. Saaler Chicago, Illinois 

Rev. Horace G. Smith Glencoe, Illinois 

Prof. Clayton D. Crawford Beloit, Wisconsin 

Decision 

Two to one for Illinois. 



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Illinois- Wisconsin Debate 




ARMSTRONG 
WILLETS FLEMING 

March 31, 191C. Auditorium 
MIDWEST DEBATING LEAGUE 

QUESTION 

"Resolved: that the federal government should own and administer all public- 
service telephone and telegraph lines, constitutionality waived." 

Negative (Illinois) 

\\ r . M. WlLLETS 

J. H. Armstrong 
Denna F. Flemming 



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Illinois- Michigan Debate 




BRADY HIMSTEDT HAYES 

MIDWEST DEBATING LEAGUE 

March 31, 1916. Auditorium 

QUESTION 

"Resolved: that the federal government should own and administer all public- 
service telephone and telegraph lines, constitutionality waived." 

Affirmative ( Illinois) 

Edward B. Hayes 
G. K. Brady 
Ralph E. Himstedt 



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First Regiment (Concert) Band 



Albert Austin Harding. Director 



M . J. Mc( Mi land I 'resident 

L. B. II [ebel Secretary 

]\. S. M ASON 



C. E. I I UNGERFORD 
J. F. ( rAUGER. 

I )rum Major 



.Bus. Manager 
Treasurer 



Solo Clarinets 
II. B. Lotz 

l\. T. < >LMSTED 
W. C. llr.Al.V 

Carl Clegg 

I''. S. Si iv 
F. M. Les< i i ik 
First Clarinets 
W. J. Russo 

A. E. LlNDBERG 
D. E. Compton 
F. L. Stevenson 
1 1. 'P. Booth 

Second Clarinets 
C. H. Crim 
Walter Emch 
H. L. Slack 

B. D. Greene 
L. O. Mitchell 
M. H. Cook 

Third Clarinets 

A. W. Harz 

F. F. Goldsmith 

G. C. Tanton 

B. R. Battey 

S. M. MacDowell 
Alto Clarinet 

R. I. Shawl 
Bass Clarinet 

R. W. Schecter 
Bassoon 

W. W. Thomson 
Flutes and Piccolos 

H. C. Hawes 

,G. B. Hopkins 

C. O. Hawkinson 
F-flat Clarinet 

J. R. Shulters 



[NSTRUMENTATION 

Oboe 

F. < I. Young 
Cellos 

I.. B. Hieisel 

G. W. Unger 
1 ). S. Cam pbell 

String Bass 

Douglas Wright 
Soprano Saxophone 

O. L. Moore 
. Ilto Saxophones 

F. W. Mohlman 

T. J. Strong 
Tenor Saxophones 

T. F. Gauger 

R. M. Parks 
Baritone Saxophone 

F. C. Feutz 
Bass Saxophone 

L. W. Ledgerwood 
Snare Drums 

E. W. Gouwens 

H. E. Kent 
Bass Drum 

Kaywin Kennedy 
Timpani 

W. T. Ritter 
Solo Cornets 

H. G. Winans 

W. I. KlRBY 

James Kantor 

E. E. Newcomb 
First Comets 

C. P. Harrah 

F. C. Hahn 



Tt umpets 

S. J. Bess 

R. S. Cham dicks 

M. II. Hunt 
/' reiich-horns 

G. B. McMillen 

\Y. II. Hyslop 

W. P>. Meisenhelder 

II. P. Drew 

A. B. Brown 
J. M. Knappenberger 
W. E. Schoessel 

Trombones 

W. A. Gatward 

I , E. Hill 

W. V. Wirth 

L. C. Cannon 

F. G. OLBRicn 

L. A. Rahn 
Euphonium 

M. J. McClelland 
Baritones 

O. A. Houg 

C E. Hungereord 
E-flat Basses 

F. A. Wiltz 

E. V. Allen 
BB-flat Basses 

B. L. Kirk 

D. G. Evans 
Hugh Fitch 

Band Clerk 

J. H. Tyler 
Librarian 

H. L. GOGERTY 
Properties 

E. H. Renner, \k. 

L. M. LlNDSEY 



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Second Regiment and Reserve Band 



A. A. Harding, Director 



First Clarinets 
R. W. Michael 
C. O. Collins 
W. W. Thompson 
R. M. Netz 
L. J. Davidson 

Second Clarinets 
C. Z. Rose( rans 
P. W. Bennett 
A. W. Drummet 

I'. M. ( rINNINGS 

Third Clarinets 

A. II. GOTTSCHALK 

H. B. Hemb 
C. R. Hazen 

Flutes and Piccolos 
L. G. Krug 
II. S. I Iinrichs 
R. R. Warren 

Oboe 

C. E. Pearce 

Soprano Saxophones 
R. A. Carlson 
W. A. Schaefer 

Alto Saxophone 

B. R. Huff 
Tenor Saxophones 

U. S. POSTEL 

L. R. Wilson 
Proprerties 
P. C. Noble 
M. H. Cable 



Solo Cornets 

E. D. Swan berg 
R. E. Chambers 

D. L. Ott 

0. E. Sinclair 

E. E. Rehnquist 
L. II . Barrett 

L. F. Carkhuff 

B. A. Edie 

1. P. Karcher 
First Comets 

R. L. Price 

II. II. NfORVIEL 

C 1 1. Gewalt 
I. C. Benedict 

C. A. Morrison 
L. W. Zeller 
H. G. Antenen 
G. W. Lutes 

Second Cornets 
N. E. Wiedemann 
W. J. Fulton 
A. H. Lindsey 
E. W. McElheney 
T. E. Stockdale 

Third Cornets 
H. W r . Mulliken 

R. N. W'lIITTINGTON 

Snare Drums 
H. E. Kent 
. F. A. Parks 
R. L. Castle 
W. E. Hayne 
C. C. Burgett 



Altos 

J. M. Knappenberger 

R. E. Gregory 

Sherman Ingels 

F. A. Volstorff 

F. J. Schulz 

P. R. Moore 

P. M. Boston 
Trombones 

A. IT. Turner 

I. L. Ratcliffe 

J. I.. Brown 

A. F. Lenzen 

R. P. Shapley 

H. E. Brewbaker 

L. R. Kieffer 
Tenor 

F. L. Nott 
Baritones 

L. A. Raiin 

D. N. Houghton 

G. W. Moore 

S. H. Wenzlaff 
O. S. Fasig 
P-flat Basses 

E. E. CiREENWELE 

N. E. Sheldon 

C. C. Windle 
Drum Major 

P. M. Boston 
Bass Drum 

R. B. ZlNSER 
W. T. RlTTER 



TRUMPET AND DRUM CORPS 



Trumpets 
S. J. Thomas 
II. W. Gibson 
H. H. Haaker 
R. L. Worcester 
I. L. ReYeal 

E. G. Brya 

S. T. Griffith 
W.'T. Doe 

F. L. Shonkwiler 

H. A. MlLLMAN 



Thomas Bemis 
A. H. Brooksiiier 

L. J. CONANT 
I I. P. FOLKERS 

G. F. Hoffman 
E. A. P'ritcuard 
J. C. Rah el 
E. E. Randall 
H. H. Thompson 
C. ( i. Turnbull 
R. W. Slocum 



Drummers 
C. C. Burgett 
R. L. Castle 
P. W. Colby 
Smith Curtis 
C. M. Ginter 
W. E. HaYxe 
G. H. Reid 
Dewent Schuler 



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Glee and Mandolin Club 




SCHENCK KAMI' 
BERRYMAN R. COOLIDGE 
REAGAN BIGLOW 

MC CRACKEN THORN 



CAVETTE LADEHOFF W. KRAECHMANN MORRILL MOSS DAVIS 
J. COOLIDGE BAKER GRAVEN LEACH (.SMITH R.SMITH ARCHBOLD 
SHAWL PILCHARD HEALD TYLER ROSS PATTERSON RUSH 

A. KRECKMANN BEVIS DENZ VANSANT F. BEBB E. BEBB LARGENT 



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Glee and Mandolin Club 

SEAS< >N 1915-1916 

Officers 

R. E. I )enz, ' 1 6 President 

Forest Bebb, '16 Treasurer 

R. F. Vansant, '16 Business Manager 

MANDOLIN CLUB GLEE CLUB 

,-, . T -. , , T , I. I. Patterson, '16, Leader 

E. A. Bebb, 16, Leader ^ ^^ 

First Mandolins £■ [ Pilchard '16 

E. A. Bebb. '16 R - £• Rush, 18 
W. K. McCracken, 'i6 - • ,'■ i VLER > , ID 
Forest Bebb, '16 • ■ '" Lm<ko] - , j 7 
Roy S. Biglow, '17 -J V A „ M ' mi - ! ? 
M. E. Reagan, '16 „ H ; W - Kami '- [ 9 
J. Coolidge, '18 Second Tenors 

D. M. Glover, '16 

Second Mandolins A. S. Graven, '17 

R. M. Davis, '17 F. E. Cavette, '17 

C. S. Moss, '16 R. E. Denz, '16 

H. H. Archbald, '19 V. G. Schenck, '19 

R. Coolidge, '19 First Bass 

K. Ross. '16 

Third Mandolins A. E. Kraeckmann, '16 

R. F. Vansant, '16 C. W. Smith. '16 

A. D. IT. Ladehoff, '18 X. Romiro, '18 

R. Heald, '19 1'. J. Leach, '15 

, r , , Second Bass 

Mando as r> tt r> > o 

T T T . r WW. Berryman, iS 

. L. LARGENT, ID t t n 

=b -»«- o ' o • • Patterson. i(> 

R. M. Smith, 18 i - e Ar . r 

L. S. Morril, 16 

Guitars R- Shawl, '16 

A. L. Bevis, '16 Pianist 

F. H. Thorne, 'i6 W, Kraeckmann, '19 



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UNIVERSITY ACTIVITIES 




Military Department 



Major F. D. Webster ended his two and one-half years of efficient and faithful 
service as Commandant of Cadets on January 22, 1916, by receiving in review the University 
Rrigade. He left under orders from the War Department to join the 22th Infantry at 
Douglas, Arizona. It is certainly with a great deal of regret that the Military Department 
severed its relationship with Major Webster, who has done more for its advancement than 
any previous commandant. It lias been due to Major Webster's strenuous and untiring efforts 
that the city of Urbana can boast of having a National Guard troop of cavalry composed 
almost entirely of students. It was Major Webster that caused the state to locate one of its 
new National Guard Batteries at the University, to be officered by faculty men and to be 
composed entirely of students. It has been during Major Webster's term of office that the 
corps of cadets has advanced from a single regiment to a brigade composed of two regiments, 
which, as General Wood said last May, when he reviewed the cadets, "Was the largest and 
most efficient corps of college cadets in the country." Major Webster has formed an Engi- 
neer company of sophomore engineers and an Hospital company of the medical preparatory 
students. Both organizations drill regularly as do the two regiments of infantry. It has 
been due to his strenuous efforts that time of drill has been increased, and now the Brigade 
drills twice a week instead of once a week, as has always formerly been the case. The Uni- 
versity bears the distinction of being the only university in the United States that has a 
complete reinforced brigade. It is certainly with a great deal of regret in behalf of the 
students and members of the faculty that we bid Major Webster a fund farewell and wish 
that he be as successful in everything he undertakes as he has been in conducting the military 
affairs of the University of Illinois. 

We extend to Major R. W. Mearns a hearty and cordial welcome, and express to him 
our wish that he be as successful in every way as his predecessor lias been. Major Mearns 
is coming to the University directly from the 12th Infantry, with which he has been con- 
nected at the Douglas, Arizona camp. We assure Major Mearns that he has the hearty 
support <>f every member of the University in conducting the affairs of the military depart- 
ment of which we are so proud. 



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Major R. W. Mearns. U. S. A. 
Commandant 




Colonel Edwin Shelby 
Commanding Brigade 



OFFICERS OF THE BRIGADE 





Lieutenant Colonel F. M. Van Natt 
Commanding First Regiment 



Lieutenant Colonel L. E. Lamkins 
Commanding Second Regiment 



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JENNINGS HASTEN CLARK STEINMAVER A. G. SWARTWOUT HUTCHINSON FISCHER REESE 

STICE MORRILL IIADDON VIBEI.IOUS PHILGARD SMITH OWEN SHELDON GAGE 

MILLAR BROWN MAC KECHNIE HOUGH CURTISS STEINMEYER A.R.BARNES HEATH EPPINGER 

MASON TROSTER THOMAS SHELBY MAJ. WEBSTER VAN NATTER LAMBKINS MILLER 



Junior Officers 




HUGHES 

LINDSEY SWINDLER CALHOUN SIGMUND FINLEY HINES GROIIL OVEREND BORTON 

CHALCRAFT KEAGY NETCOTT J. W. SMITH MC EVOY FOWERS PALMER GIDEON 

C. GROSS COUNTRYMAN SIMPSON R. GROSS WORMIlnl.lz JOHNSON ROBERTS HOWARD AMES 

GAY PATTON T1IURLOW I.OOMIS ENGLE SHARER SMITH C.I- SMITH SCHREINER DARREI.I. 

OTT HUSSON GESELBRACHT THOMAS MAJ. WEBSTER BUSH LAWRENCE BR1TT LEWIS 



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UNIVERSITY ACTIVITIES 



Sophomore Non-Commissioned Officers 



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ANDERSON BRAIN HUMMELAND THRELKELD GIDEON FOOTE CUSKADEN 

GRAY KALTHOFF PECCHIA BROWNE HAAS BRIGIIAM IDE FICIIIT 

R. HUE BORUKI PARMELY KIRK MAJ. WEBSTER LARSON FAIRMAN BOLEY N BRYANT 



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YEAGER BROOKS LEWIS BOROCKI BALL LINDSEY 

BRIGIIAM II. T. MILLER CRANE STEINMEYER REESE 

30N MAJ. WEBSTER PRES. JAMES SHELBY TROSTER D.E.MILLER 



495 



UNIVERSITY ACTIVITIES 



Brigade Officers 



O >!.< in EL I'.i i\v ix S 1 1 Ki.iiv Commanding I irigade 

Major R. R. Thomas Brigade Adjutant 

FIRST REGIMENT 

Lieutenant-Colonel F. M. Van Natter 

Captain and Adjutant C. N. Owen 

Captain and Quartermaster < ). C. K. Hutchinson 

Captain and Commissary R. L. ScHlESSWOHL 

FIRST BATTALION 

Major (). J. TROSTEI 

ist Lieutenant and Adjutant J. T. Lewie 

2nd Lieutenant and Quartermaster T. S. Hamilton 



Company "A" 

Captain E. C. O. BeattV 

ist Lieutenant W. F. Campbell 

2nd Lieutenant L. W. Ciiai.craft 

Company "C" 

Captain A. G. Steinmeyer 

ist Lieutenant L. H. Gift 

2nd Lieutenant I. B. Countryman 



Company "B" 

Captain K. 1 ! i i .1 

ist Lieutenant W. O. Nelson 

2nd Lieutenant D. Babco< k 

Company "D" 

Captain R. P. Brown 

ist Lieutenant A. M. Adams 

2nd Lieutenant R. L. Swindler 



SECOND BATTALION 

Major R. S. Mason 

ist Lieutenant and Adjutant R. H. Lawrence 

2nd Lieutenant and Quartermaster R. E. Netcott 



Company "E" 

Captain L. S. Morrill 

ist Lieutenant H. O. Siegmund 

2nd Lieutenant G H. Thomas 

Company "G" 

Captain C. J. North 

1st Lieutenant A. R. Keagy 

2nd Lieutenant R. J. Craigmile 



Company "F" 

Captain D. W. Crane 

1st Lieutenant C. R. Gross 

2nd Lieutenant S. Ii. Trelease 

Company "H" 

Captain J. H. Gage 

1st Lieutenant J. E. Ott 

2nd Lieutenant C. J. Gruhl 



THIRD BATTALION 

Major George Curtiss 

ist Lieutenant and Adjutant C. Gross 

2nd Lieutenant and Quartermaster I. L. Lummis 



Company "I" 

Captain E. Pihlgard 

ist Lieutenant J. H. Powers 

2nd Lieutenant C. W. Borton 

Company "L" 

Captain M. C. Johnson 

ist Lieutenant E. S. Axline 

2nd Lieutenant F. H. Geiler 



Company "K" 

Captain 1 1. P. Grieson 

ist Lieutenant L. F. Simpson 

2nd Lieutenant M. R. Finli-y 

Company "M" 

Captain D. F. Heath 

ist Lieutenant R. TI. Engle 

2nd Lieutenant E. H. Gay 



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UNIVERSITY ACTIVITIES 



Brigade Officers 



SECOND REGIMENT 

Lieutenant Colonel L. E. Lam kins 

Captain and Adjutant \V. H. Kasten 

Captain and Quartermaster B. P. Reinsch 

Captain and Commissary E. C. Swartwout 

FIRST BATTALION 

Major R. Steinmeyer 

1st Lieutenant and Adjutant T. T. McEvOY 

2nd Lieutenant and Quartermaster C. W. Smith 



Company "A" 

Captain W. W. Shelden 

1st Lieutenant R. L. McKown 

2nd Lieutenant C. R. Gideon 

Company "C" 

Captain W. H. Hough 

ist Lieutenant H. R. Ferguson 

2nd Lieutenant J. N. Johnson 



Company "B" 

Captain L. R. Lumlev 

ist Lieutenant J. R. Lindsey 

2nd Lieutenant G. C. Smith 

Company "D" 

Captain R. W. Millar 

ist Lieutenant H. W. Moor 

2nd Lieutenant C. E. Trout 



SECOND BATTALION 

Major D. E. Miller 

ist Lieutenant and Adjutant M. B. Ware 

2nd Lieutenant and Quartermaster C. S. Palmer 



Company "E" 

Captain C. G. Hadden 

ist Lieutenant H. C. Gesselbracht 

2nd Lieutenant H. G. Overend 

Company "G" 

Captain R. D. Barnes 

ist Lieutenant C. C. Citizen 

2nd Lieutenant C. A. Britt 



Company "F" 

Captain \Y. P. Beaubien 

ist Lieutenant L. H. Davis 

2nd Lieutenant A. C. Ames 

Company "H" 

Captain L. W. Reese 

ist Lieutenant G. L. Smith 

2nd Lieutenant C. A. Drake 



THIRD BATTALION 

Major C. W. McCumber 

ist Lieutenant and Adjutant M. C. Hughes 

2nd Lieutenant and Quartermaster F. W. Patton 



Company "I" 

Captain H. W. MacKechnie 

ist Lieutenant H. L. Husson 

2nd Lieutenant L. W. Hines 

Company "L" 

Captain J. G. Eppinger 

ist Lieutenant P. B. Calhoun 

2nd Lieutenant G. C. Darrell 

Battery 

Captain S. N. Vibelius 

ist Lieutenant L. L. Davis 

2nd Lieutenant M. D. Roberts 

Engineer Company 

Captain C. G. Jennings 

ist Lieutenant G. A. Geib 

2nd Lieutenant K. B. Bush 



Company "K" 

Captain A. G. 

ist Lieutenant Donald 

2nd 



Stone 
Swaim 

Lieutenant Carl G. Howard 

Company "M" 

Captain K. S. Stice 

ist Lieutenant H. P. Thurlow 

2nd Lieutenant D. D. Sharer 

Signal Company 

Captain H. A. Smith 

ist Lieutenant J. W. Smith 

ist Lieutenant B. W. Clarke 

ist Lieutenant H. Schreiner 

Hospital Company 

Captain W. R. Fischer 

ist Lieutenant J. F. Kohl 



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Military Instruction Camp 

The students' military instruction camp was held at Ludington, Michigan, 
from July 6th until August 8th, during the summer 191 5. The University of Illi- 
nois had the largest number of representatives of any of the numerous colleges 
represented. Forty-five of the one hundred fifty men that attended the camp 
were from the University of Illinois. The men from Illinois were distributed 
throughout the three companies into which the camp was divided. Two of the 
three companies were commanded by Illinois men and a large number of other 
men held responsible positions as non-commissioned officers. The entire number 
of Illinois men made an extremely good showing through the entire camp period, 
being leaders in camp and leaders among the social gatherings. The men were 
a credit to the University in every way and upheld the honor and dignity of the 
University and made her Military Department very greatly respected by every 
army officer connected with the camp. Edwin Shelby of the University of Illinois 
was elected to represent the camp at the national convention of all summer camps. 

The efficiency of the University of Illinois cadet corps has greatly improved 
since the beginning of these summer camps two years ago. The men who attend 
one of these camps and return to the University are able to make better officers 
than those who do not go to summer camps. The University is allowing two 
credits in military towards the number prescribed for graduation to all men who 
attend such a camp with a good record. The men who attended the camps all had 
an extremely good time and expect to go back to another camp. 



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UNIVERSITY ACTIVITIES 




Friday afternoon, January 22, was the time set aside by President James for 
the final review of the University Brigade in honor of Major Webster's efficient 
service as commandant of cadets. At two o'clock in the afternoon the Brigade 
was assembled in the new Armory, where Major Webster and the Honorable Carl 
S. Yrooman, assistant secretary of Agriculture, reviewed the entire corps of ca- 
dets. The Brigade then marched across the campus to the Gymnasium annex, 
where Secretary Vrooman gave an interesting talk upon preparedness. 

Immediately following the address President James presented Major Webster 
with a beautifully decorated and gold mounted sabre as a gift from the entire 
cadet corps, showing their appreciation of all that Major Webster had accom- 
plished during his term of office. President James spoke very highly of Major 
Webster, expressing his appreciation for the untiring and valuable service ren- 
dered to the University. 




498a 



UNIX' E R S 1 T Y AC T I V 1 T I E S 



Annual Competitive Drills--- 1915-16 



Winner 
Winner 



University Gold Medal Q-M. Sergeant W. F. Campbell 

Hazelton Gold Medal Private O. < '•. Brain 

INFANTRY 



Battalion Competitive : 
Major E. II. 
University 
(Sophomore Competitive Drill) 
Company "A", est Regiment 

Captain L. II. Dunham 

ist Lieutenant J. A. Chase 

2nd Lieutenant.. W. P. Beaubien 

ist Sergeant L. H. Gift 

Q.M. Sergeant C. W. BoRTON 



3rd Battalion, i st Infantry 

Pool, Commanding 

Bronze Medals 

(Freshman Competitive Drills) 
Company "C", Second Regiment 

Captaih < i. D. < Jrlswold 

ist Lieutenant E. C. O. Beatty 

2nd Lieutenant J. G. Eppinger 

1st Sergeant D. T. Swaim 

Q.M. Sergeant J. O. Schmitz 



ARTILLERY 
University Bronze Medals 



ist Lieutenant S. X. VlBELIUS 

Sergeant L. L. Davis 

Private W. A. Allison 

Private G. W . Birch ard 

Private H. S. Arnold 

Private C. P. Brown 



Private F. E. Cavette 

Private K. II. Freeman 

Private B. ( Iriffitii 

Private P. E. Johnston 

Private F. Schleifer 

Private C E. Wise 



FLAG SECTION 

Sergeant F. A. Brooks 

Corporal R. L. Britt 

CorporaL.R. S. Pfeiffer 

Private U. S. Dunn 

Private H. W. Hager 

Private D. A. Hills 

Private H. W. Kamp 

Private...(i. S. Thompson 



SIGNAL COMPANY 

University Bronze Medals 

key section 

Sergeant... M. A. Goui n 

Private A. T. Fishman 



WIRELESS SECTION 

Sergeant A. M. Tower 

Private E. F. Encelland 

Private R. K. Newton 

Private. H. C. Schreineb 



FIRST TEAM 

Co. "B", 2nd Infantry 

Sergeant C. A. Drake 

Sergeant A. A. Gilbert 

Corporal W. M. Kfach 

Private E. R. Brigt-tam 

Private W. H. Bosworth 

Private C. S. Gill 

Private _P. M. Rhue 

Private R. F. Shfaff 

Private F. Somers 



HELIOGRAPH SECTION 

Private A. S. Graven 

Private R. G. Copenhaver 

RIFLE COMPETITIVE 
University Bronze Medals 

second team 
Co. "15", ist Infantry 

Sc rgeant D. A . Albrecht 

ist Sergeant ...W. O. Nelson 



Private _F. M. Usis 

Artillery Competitive: ist Gun Deta< 
Sergeant L. L. Davis 
Members Match: University of Illinois Rifle Club, Nati 
tion ; R. M. Kamm. 



Corporal L. C. Maxwell 

Private T- L. Crawford 

Private IT. W. Day 

Private F. A. Davis 

Private J. A. Hirstein 

Private L. B. Moon 

I 'rivate R. A. Powers 

Private W. Vande Mark 

unent 



>nal Rifle Associa- 



498b 




D-A-HA/nit-TOrt 



UNIVERSITY ACTIVITIES 





MOFFETT 



GRANTZ 



Junior Prom 



In a haven of flowers and southern smi'ax, accompanied by expensive decora- 
tions which made the old Armory unrecognizable even to students, the annual 
Junior Prom was staged on December 10, 1915. As the first strains of music 
from Wilson-Byers orchestra sounded, nearly two hundred and fifty couples lined 
up for the Grand .March. President Ray Grantz and Miss Janett Wormwood of 
Rockford led the March, followed by Chairman Don Moffett and Miss Eleanor 
Jones of Indianapolis. The beauty of the ball was excelled only by the costumes 
of the girls, who presented a radiant and entrancing spectacle. A splendid lunch- 
eon was served during an intermission after the eleventh dance, but the crowd was 
soon back at their terpsichorean pastime. There were twenty-two dances in all, 
and when the farewell waltz was played, it was with regret that the couples de- 
parted, declaring it one of the most successful dances in years. 



499 



UNIX' E R S I T V A C T I V I T I E S 




MEARA 
COUNTRYMAN 
BURGSTON 



President 
Chairman. 



\\ ALTON 

M C COY 



STRINGER 



DU PRE MARKWARDT 

CAVETTE FLOCK OTTO 

DEVLIN GAY CUNNINGHAM GRANTZ 



SILVER DARBY 

HOPKINS REUDI MC NULTA FAY 

MOFFETT NELSON TIFFANY NFLSON 



Junior Prom Committee 



...R. 
D. 



L. Grantz 

R. MoFFETT 



F. E. Cavette 
H. R. Walton 

D. A. Fay 

J. L. Devlin 

I [ekbert Tiffany 

C. H. BURGSTON 

C. H. Ruedi 

J'. K. VanWinkle 

V. II. DUPRE 

W. [. Flock 
II. W. McCoy 

E. H. Gay 



Scott McNulta 



I. W. Nelson 
M. G. Silver 

I larry Darby 

I I. W. Markwardt 
S. R. Cunningham 
E. C. Hopkins 
Gordon Otto 

1. B. Countryman 
T. K. Stringer 

W. ( ). X|.;i SON 

A. R. O'Meara 
V It. Brown 



500 



UNIVERSITY ACTIVITIES 




Military Ball 



The nineteenth annual .Military Ball was held in the Gymnasium-Annex on 
the evening of Friday, February twenty-fifth, nineteen hundred and sixteen. A 
three gun salute was the signal for beginning when the Brigade colors were pre- 
sented to the senior officers who remained at attention while the University Mili- 
tary Band played "The Star Spangled Banner." The Band then struck up a 
lively march tune to which Colonel Edwin Shelby and Miss Irene Starke of Lud- 
ington, Michigan, led the grand march. The march was carried out in a truly mil- 
itary style, producing a beautiful effect when the couples were halted before com- 
mencing to dance. Mess call proclaimed the time when a very pleasing supper 
was set for all in the Gymnasium. As the strains of the last dance were dying out 
the trumpeter sounded "Taps" as a farewell bidding to all attending the enjoyable 
dance. 

The Gymnasium-Annex was artistically decorated with the National Flags 
and red, white and blue bunting. The booths were composed of tents made of 
yellow and white bunting and were particularly cozy. The symmetry of arrange- 
ment made the decorations strikingly military. The army transport wagons and 
the three inch guns of the new Batterv added materially to the military air of the 
occasion. 



501 



UNIVERSITY ACTIVITIES 




WARE 



THOMAS 



FAIRMAN 
THRELKELD 
MASON 



FISCHER 

BRIGHAM PECCHIA H.T.MILLER GOGERTY LAWRENCE 

SMITH LEWIS GROSS MCEVOY IDE 

TROSTER SHELBY D.E.MILLER CURTISS STEINMEYER 



Military Ball Committee 



Major Robert W. Mearns.. 
Colonel Edwin Shelby 



Major R. R. Thomas 
Major O. J. Troster 
Major R. S. Mason 
Major Geo. Curtiss 
Major R. Stein m ever 
Major D. E. Miller 
Major C. W. McCumber 
First Lieut. J. T. Lewis 
First Lieut. C. Gross 
First Lieut. T. T. McEvoy 
First Lieut. R. H. Lawrence 
First Lieut. M. B. Ware 

First Sergt. 



Commandant 

Commanding Brigade 

First Lieut. J. W. Smith 
First Lieut. W. R. Fisher 
First Lieut. W. O. Nelson 
Sergt. Major C. Fairman 
Sergt. Major J. G. Threlkeld 
First Sergt. H. R. Ide 
First Sergt. D. R. Gooche 
First Sergt. F. N. Vaughn 
First Sergt. D. R. E. Brown 
First Sergt. E. R. Brigham 
First Sergt. S. S. Davis 
First Sergt. G. Pecchia 
G. C. Gogerty 



502 



r .\ I V ]•: R S I T Y A C T 1 V 1 T I E S 



#*opItmmire (Exxtillimt 

< )n tlie night of January [4, 1916, the class of 
'18 gave their annual informal cotillion in the 
Gym annex. The place was transformed to a 
wonderful summer garden by the lattice work 
strewn with smilax and flowers which separated 
the elegantly furnished booths. The soft light 
which permeated the hall was reflected in many 
colored radiance. From a recess on one side the 
orchestra struck up the first notes and the Grand 
March, led by President "Red" Landon and Miss 
1 lelen Meintz, followed by Chairman R. H. Cham- 
berlain and Miss Ruth Kincaid, wended its way 
in various formations around the floor. Then 
the music suddenly shifted into the short snappy 
notes of the one step and the two hundred cou- 
ples whirled away in an outburst of festivity. 



503 



UN IV E k S I T Y AC T I V I T I E S 




BALE VARNER HUMMELAND DIETZ STARKEL MILLS DAILEY 

PETTER ARMSTRONG JULIEN HAYNE GHISLIN BRYA 

L'AVEY TENNER CHAMBERLAIN LANDON KNIGHT BOESCHENSTEIN WINKELMAN 



Sophomore Cotillion Committee 



George Land* in 

R. H. Chamderlain. 



. President 
Chairman 



F. D. Ball 
J. W. Varner 

R. W. 1 fUMMEl AND 
J. W. DlETZ 

C. L. Starkel 
N. E. Mills 
A. E. Dailey 
S. D. Petter 
II. M. Armstrong 



Scott Julien 
W. E. May. \l 
L. II. Ghislin 
1 1. Boeschenstein 

E. < r. BRYA 

C. A. Pavey 
L. Jenner 

F. I'. Knight 

K. !•".. Winkelman 



501 



Four score and seven years ago, when the first class 
politician edited the ILL 10, to fill up the last few 
pages of the book, he sacrificed all his friends and 
chiseled out a Roast Section. 

As the idea seemed to get by with the "hoi polloi" 
each succeeding editor has insisted upon committing 
the same crime, thereby showing great originality. For 
that reason only, we also wishing to create a few good 
enemies for life, do herewith offer our attempt at 
ludicrity. 

In apology of the same, we wish to slate that there 
is nothing humorous, clever, spicy, interesting, or enter- 
taining in this Roast Section, and We cordially invite 
all those who have never in all their lives occupied 
anything but a seat in the rooter's section, to get out 
their little hammers and make suggestions. 

If some people you dislike and some of your per- 
sonal enemies are bawled out herein, why laugh at 
them and appreciate the joke, but if you or your friends 
are roasted that's different entirely. Be a sportsman, 
get real sore and cross us off your list. Be a perfect 
gentleman and hold a grudge for life. 

So thanking the knockers for their many sugges- 
tions for bettering next year's ILL 10, We will proceed 
with the last chapter of this atrocity. Don't fail to see 
the trained seals as you pass out on your right. 



505 



JleMcatimt 

To each and every one of the narrow minded souls 
whose friendship We lose by this volume, this section 
is reverentially dedicated. 



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Senior Section 




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Mil. DINSMORE EELNAP 

*KZ, <I>BK, ONE, YOXAN (all in one breath) 
Class Football i, _>, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8. 
AllClass Football 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8. 
Entered from Putooskje High School 1883. 



SALOME MERCENARY BALKEMA 

Fraternity for.mals, 23; fraternity informals, 
62; Club Dances, 308; Delt functions, 18; Din- 
ners at Innian, 12: at Beardsley, 26. 



CLARRISSA SEGDWICK Moss 

TKE (whatever that is) 
Women's League, Choral Society, Tatting 
Circle, Y. W. C. A. 



PREACHER-GUY-CALL-ON-WHITLEY 

TRANSFERRED FROM IOWA. 



512 




A«d rune* Arfc/ I 



Activities 



513 



Pledge Day 



Pledge day is a rather indefinite female sport, pulled off about the time 
emr own freshmen are beginning to answer the telephones, and has to be taken 
as a matter of course, like Beta Theta Pi, the Phi Cam Harvest parties 'and 
tree peanuts at Jim's. This is the only chance the Lamba Chi Alphas and I)' (J 's 
have of getting real close to a female frat house. 

Things didn't change a hit this year. The Delts got a lot of crust and 
rolled their old rheumatic piano out on the front porch and then hunted all thru 
the crowd tor some one to go and antagonize it. Its a rattling good thing to do 
It gives the Delts a chance to come out on the porch and show everybody thev 
are Delts. ' " J 

Pretty soon Cad Ates, RCHs, Puick sicks, and other buggies began to roll 
past, filled to the gunwales with gurgling femininity, while much girlish laughter 
and perfumery was wafted on the breeze. 

The Alpha Chi's brot home the bacon first, in a big red National; anyway 
it looked more like bacon than fowl. 

Then Natalia's Cad., imported for the occasion, rolled up to the D G 
house, making the score i up with honors easy. About this time Marl's Puick' 
honking rudely to attract attention, was seen approaching the pill house, and a 
large crowd composed of two or three Alpha Delts, one or two Betas one Zet 
Psi, and a phikap or two rushed loyally over to the pifi house to see what luck 
Most of the assemblage refused to be interested. They'de seen pifi pledges 
before, evidently, and knew what to expect. 

Jealous Thetas would roll past occasionally in the crank cart of some poor 
deluded simp under the impression he was going to drag a standin. We wish 
him all the hard luck in the world. We hope he gets it. 

So the long afternoon passed. The crowd would flitter up and down the 
row hoping against hope. First impressions were not so good. Indications 
pointed to a larger crop of imports than ever before, but there looked like plenty 
of material for the cadet hops and the Sigma Nu dances. First intimations of 
the Chi O scandal were passed around. Seven invited to formal dinner, and 
only six bid. Well, we know where our congratulations would go : It's not to 
the six. 

The situation grew palling shortly before the ball game, and the gang gloomily 
dispersed. J 



514 





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515 



Open House 



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WCTU, get busy and abolish n„. n, i g , gtst ,h ' lt thev - ln cooperation with the 

-me,, t „e y .,,«: i, , :M i ;;: oT\ ong wi ? thc sack rush and ° ther ^ 

f <"' — went and ^^■^ b ^^ to ^t , SS^ir rt 
few minutes m return For a nm ,,f ,.„«■ i , pcdg IIH required line fur a 

<- — . — ,2 ■>; .x it;;:,; 6 c r ™ t „S - r , 

march and swagger forth \t the fi„t * ,■ ' map out a line of 

other nuts on £ poS" waiting t tanlTo T w^T wLllf T "" "" ' 

-'Par.ec will be passed out among the throng "Oh 1 , n Christ waiting much clever 

here?" "Good eats Mad— "cZ I i nf , * ™ S ' y ° ld fox ' what vou doi "' 

first hop," etc etc Imany 'guffaws W ^ u T'*' " " WatCh me get " date f " r ** 

■ a few slaps on the hack and much unprintable whisper- 



ings. Clever asell we must admit 
the air for recuperation, and 
we surge forth and take their 
places in the trenches. You 
tell the lirst female that your 
name is Wilkington, and' she 
offers you a clammy hand and 
confides to you that her name 
is Woomphenoopher, and then 
hands you a little chick of a 
creature dressed in red and 
with a big voice which sounds 
like feeding time at the zoo. 
Shouts. "Matilda, dear, I want 
you to know Mr Milkingtime." Again 
you shake a soft something which after 
you have shaken it, flops down to its 
normal position. Tilly shows she re- 
members instructions, however, and 
hands you to the great big bucksome 



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T , „ ' oittertnt from the rest and quite worth remembering 

«:,. r o, sr*-^ ';r :; rr™vz. si "- * ■ * — °< — 

At each and every house on vrmr lie* fi, r 

H,,n three exceptions ' Th, sh f V V ' performanC€ ls seated with not more 

•™> It *^J$?^\Z£Z&1^ the — - a — 

and motrapmttsaXrnon * t^ """ ^ ^ the ^ dear chapt * r ' ^at, 

junior prom. sa ™*erhomeward to write to that girl hack home and ask her to the 



516 



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PUBLICATIONS 



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P. II, Vp.il,, 

411 * _i «™ .Street 

Sept. 1, 1915. 

'Jr. Frank Sutton, 
3433 Adams St, Chicago. 

Dear Sro Frank: — Ae you are ohatrman of the ruehlng committee 

next fall 1 thot I'd tell you of a"flnd" I discovered yeeterday. 

While talcing my daily practise yeeterday on the traok, I saw 

some fellow over putting the shot, and I went over to see hia. 

Gee, he'e a great big strapping fallow, .6 feet 3_lnohe s 

tall wl eghe about 190 pounds, and 1b going out for football 



and trook. I think he ia excell 



D. 0. material . 



t*> do We 



I've got his name and address all O.K. and I'll fix up. 
uorne dates with him. He said he didn't know what a fraternity 
was, so I told him all about them. Hpoe to »ee you Sown 
about a week before school stare. 

Yours fraternally 
"Mike" Masen. 



Hovj 

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The 

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Urbane, Illinois 
December 12, 1914 



Mr. Roger B. Brcneon 
Alpha Tau Onega House 

Champaign, Illinois 

Uy deer Roger, ~ 

I wish you would come in oometiae Tuesday after-coco 
in order that I may talk to you a little about your corres- 
pondence to the Chicago dspcrtmeuts . Gome of your statements 
to them were very undiplomatic and unneceeeary, and neve stirred 
up some feeling. If these letters are examples of what you write, 
1 would say that you write too ouch. Your letters ougnt not to 
be one-fourth as long ae they are. At any rate I would like to 
talK to you. 

Very sincerely yours 



(Strizma &tatf lank 

OF CHAMPAIGN 



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ORGANIZATIONS 




THE HOME 




PATRONS 

Xo Yan 

MEMBERS 




BARBER BLOCK HOPKINS PURCELL CARR TERRY MC GAUGHEY MARSHA,.,. 

MCROBIE JOHNSTON MURPHY HERSHMAN (PRES.) TIFFANY MC ELVEEN GEORGE 



520 



ORGANIZATIONS 

Chase 'Em 

An organization of ail the worthy Juniors who didn't get in. 
Motto : — "It's a punk organization anyway." 




COLTON (PRESIDFNT) 
NELSON LOGAN DAVIS 

GROSS IiCKTON WOODYATT 



HOPKINS 
SI] VI R HAGER RUEDI 

TICKNOE ( OUNTRYMAN 



Pan Hellers 



PIKE CHAPTER 

Being the local reservoir of the amalgamated union of ail-American FISH. 
Heading the list of, 

"Clubs We Do Not Care to Join." 







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MURPHY GREESE GOLD (fools) CROSS (very) MISS DRUMMON TOM MILLER GRAY ROLFINK 
BUELLEY GIFT (of Satan) CURSIT FRI MERIT CLARK OTT (yes he OUGHT) MILLER HOWARD (Don't 

know this bird's name ) 

Kl-.R, L. FERGUSON SHELLIE LUMPLEY PENDARVITIS DENSE KER, L. 



521 




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Varsity Pool 15-16 

THE SCHEDULE 

Dec. 5 — Kankakee Asylum at Illinois. 

Dec. 12 — Illinois State < )1<1 People's Home at Illinois. 

Dec. 2i — District School No. i at Greenfield. 

Dec. 30 — Dunning School for the Demented at Dunning. 




"The Links 

PERSONNEL 



J. G. Kipp Corner Pocket 

Charles Lee W'eems Miscue 

John Eugene Davis Side Pocket 

Lester Devlin Break 

Red ( ruilliams Cue 



Art Metzler 15 Ball 

Red Burgston Reverse English 

Josephine Varner Bridge 

Warded Wilkinson Rack-em-up 

John Grabbee Scratch 



Conference 




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525 



I doubt not you indulge, T. A., 
You tip a craft)- stein, in fact, 
I'd give my last red cent away, 
If I could catch you in the act. 



I here was a young pili named Dot, 
Who passed as the kind she was >/,,/. 
( Hit in public I'm told, 
She appeared to he cold, 
Mut hack in "the. den" — Lieber Gott! 




tlUCKSij 



-ZJTC5T 



heta Pins 



Oh what is so rare as a day in'june? 

The poet has harped on his long harpoon, 

But the answer comes gurgling forth eftsoon— 

It s a dear Delta Gamma who doesn't spoon, 

Or a check from Father that comes too soon. 

A Delt who is sober by Sunday noon, 

An Alpha Chi O on a honeymoon, 

Or a ukelele that's all in tune, 

A sorority crew without any prune, 

Open house where you get more than one macaroon, 

A picture of Hers,man inside a saloon, 

( )r an Editor's desk without its gaboon. 

All these, oh poet, so inopportune, 

Are a damsiterarer 'n a day in rune. 



WF.PORT OF ATTENDANCE 




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31 n Jttcmoriam 

They are taking clown a picture 

In the Gallery of Fame, 
They are prying out a panel 

To insert another's name. 
Wreathes of laurels, hack to florists. 

Trailing sorrow in their wake. 
Are returning by the barrels. 

Labeled, "Ordered by Mistake." 

Hear the weeping and the wailing. 
Hear the gnashing teeth and cries. 

And the piteous, — oh ! the piteous, — 
Soul-disturbed Phi Kappa sighs ! 

Sit in burlap and in ashes, — 
Lamentations loudly shout ; 

For Camp has reconsidered and kicked 
Macomber out. 







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327 



That Trial 



Of which The tllini discreetly said so very little. 

The first witness called was the I 'resident of the Student Council, who said 
he was entirely satisfied with the conditions in the Twin Cities. He testified that 

he had never been on Walnut 
street except when, accompanied 



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Conoitions" 




by Brothers Murphy and Brown, 
he had called on chapter patrons, 
the Stagners and Brannigans. 

Mr. Block was then called, 
and when asked if he considered 
the town dry, he cleared his 
throat with a sound like hot 
desert winds brushing through 
withered leaves, responded with 
a great oath that he certainly did. 
Whereupon the judge called for 
"ORDER" and a voice from the 
rear of the room, (afterwards 
'Same thing; and wrap up two." 



m THE 
ERQLE'S 
HE5T 



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identified as Rex Eaton's) crie< 

At this point it was announced that the Sheriff was without, whereat Bo 
Tiffany yelled, "Put out the lights." 

The president of Iris was to have been a witness, but he refused to swear. 
When upbraided by the judge, he was suddenly seized with a violent fit of cough- 
ing, owing to someone's blowing smoke his way, and was placed in charge of 
the Matron. 








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Rocky Andrews, who had 
been placed on a diet of food 
and water for four days, 
broke down under these 
heartless Third Degree meth- 
ods, and furnished damaging 
evidence. 

"Hump" Campbell was 
next called upon to explain 
why he gurgled when he 
walked. Air. Campbell said 
it was due to a liquid deposit 
on the hip. "You mean water- 
in-the-hip," said the Judge. 
"Air. Campbell's smile was in- 
scrutable. 
The prosecuting attorney then took up a long discourse on the deplorably 
humid conditions of the town, dwelling at length on the "high rate of Import 
under the old Whitehead-Hallregime." Mr. C. L. Weems objected to the term 
"Import" saying all the "stuff was export," and bemoaning its afore-mentioned 
high rate. The objection was allowed. 

Colonel Webster, the Faculty sponge, was next called in and he testified that 
he had looked upon many a dead soldier that might have been traced to boot- 
leggers. Brig. Gen. Shelby bore him out after the statement, and the two con- 
stables bore out ( ieneral Shelby, who seemed to be suffering from Danville 
Poisoning. Mr. MacGaughey testified that the Phi Alpha Deltas had tried many 
a case on Walnut street and would like to try a few more. Evidence by Mr. Belnap, 
better known as Snapper-the-rat, and by Pink-Light Brinkerhoff on suburban con- 
ditions concluded the session, and the jury withdrew to the shadow of the Gas 
Mouse to examine goods found on the premises of the defendants. 




529 



Have You Heard 

in UK"L'nn , u'Mt^ K; "' ,)a ^^ ^ * leMl fOU1 " nK '" wh ° "'"'""""I to something 
****** 
( M course that was sonic time ago 

* * * ' * * * 

Still we thought that such a unique and whimsical fact might be of interest 

****** 
'1 hat Dean Clark has published a new honk on fraternities? 

* * * * * ' ' * 
\\ e recommend that you lose no time in reading it f 

• * * * * * * 

I hat Jack Bradley has a cousin in school? 

* * * * ' * * 
We thought so. 

****** 

He has^ taken her to everything worth while and some things worth less. 

^ % ;k 

For instance, the Delta Gamma house for rushing season and the S. A. E. 



forma] 



* * * * 



That Bee Copley and Slooie Chapman arc going to he married this summer? 

* * * * 

Neither have we. 

' * * * * * * 

That Pom Browning was a good looking babv? 



* * 



* * 



That anyway the Delts have a wonderful HOUSE? 

* * * * '* 
They also have a nice clog 

***** 

That D. E. Miller isn't nearly as hard as he looks? 

* * * * * 
That there is a Chapter of Chi Psi at Illinois? 

* * * * ' * 
Neither have we. 

***** 
That Dean Warnock, in his day. was a regular devil i 

***** 
But that day was long, long ago? 

***** 
Besides, he's married now. 

***** 
And that usually has a quieting effect. 

* * * * 



tw r •, PCOple Wh ° praised thc I]ho were l )Ut '" *e hack scat of a Ford 

there would still be room for G. 1 luff and Sandy MacDonald ? 

****** 

iDcep, oh vera, vera dec])! 



A Page- 
Pi Phi 






from a 
Scrap-book. 




Ann Gets another frre drink! 




The Children's Hour 




Keepin g Themselves WellPosted 



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Saturday Afternoons 



UP k\D • 



Have the 

V^7 PLCA5URL Of THE 






AT THE 

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NOW 



AND 



THEN 



Patty-cake, patty-cake, 
Baker's man. 

Hake me a cake as 

fast as you can. 

Fill it with arsenic, 

Mark it with "C", 



And send it to Dean Canter 
with the compliments 

Of the student body, 

A card saying, "God Speed", 
and a promise of a 

Floral piece of "Gates Ajar". 





I wo of Rirra H mo u r.5 
t ~)< .<- ■ ■., Your folfier- Know/ < t / H<imk? 

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Milk Wagon / 



wotw n «wri5 GMT a to nm mavjc evo Been rot. 




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The Thetas rush with 
cases 




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But the D. G.'s prefer 
it in barrels 






Capt.of the Track Team 
passing the summertime 



Ponderous 




Joy riding in Fergies Lizie 




Pastimes 




Spending Illio profits at the 
coast 




Preach considers this 
quite a pastime 






Purifying the Phi 6ampvp Ro0 ^ in ^ atLudJn ^ on Cleaning the Chi O. gaboons 



534 



We Add a Few 1 5 its of 

buoyant justness 

of which we were unable to secure pictures. 

****** 

Filling fountain pens for students in Latin 13. 
Counting the Phi Psi's who signed the pledge. 
Leading cheers for the chess and checker team. 
Collecting fines for swearing at the Phi Cam house. 
Interviewing a Deke member of the purity congress. 
Cribbing in a Physical examination. 

Congratulating the honor studes at the Alpha Delt house. 
Picking moth balls from the Sigma Nu dress suits. 
Hauling the Bud bottles from the Zeta Psi house. 

Giving a rub-down to a man on the debating squad. 

* * * * * * 

A Few Things Which Are 

Harft to ho attft #e^om Jlmte 

have come into our mind. We shall have to get rid of them. 

To borrow a corkscrew from Jack Watson. 

***** 

For Burton and Barber to get out an issue of the Illinois Magazine. 
We might add also that this seems hardly worth doing. 

sf: ^c % ^« ifc 

To act like a gentleman in the Pi Phi house. 

To help Dean Clark home drunk. 

For Macomber to forget that he was Ail-American back in 1915. 

Even for a short time. 

For any Phi Gam to get a ride in Brother Mount's car. 

For Snapper to button his coat over his key. 

For Doc Litman to use the American dialect. 

***** 

To get a laugh put of the Siren. 

The Local Chapter of the 

^m:ft~0tt-tIre~^EiT£5 (Hhth 

announce the acquisition of the following: 
Monty Heath and Pauline Marbold. 
The Theta freshmen. 
Dean Clark making a speech. 
Uni Hall. 

The new prep suits. 
Ken Barber. 



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E$$S • All Stules 



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Three hard-boiled, ones from 
the West 





Three soft Poached ones 
from God -knows -where 




A. few samples from the Phi Gam aquarium 



536 



Pack 'fflavtli f&alk&s 



i. THE DELTA GAM SPEAKS: 2. THE OLD RICKETY PI PHI 

HORNS IN: 

A dull year has this been for ,me- Who cares fo] . wjnter Ganlen shows? 

The winter has been long , affl thg pi phi h 

The spring, it has been cod as ice ; The thj j don>t k nQ one ^ 

The girls have been awf lly nice- X()])0( , v sees what j don>t gee _ 

So nice that nothing strong -, , K> wh(i , e yea] . has been spHng fo mg 

Mow Dorothy and slant eyed Chink 

Like old Zeke Currier's car Have done things that have made mc 
Has been around to mar blink. 

The sweet ambition of the sisters : ' sleep by clay and laugh by night — 

This year they all are scared of misters. If Dean Kyle only had my sight — 

Oh, nothing has gone wrong. Grace Flood, Autha. Sally B. 

A dull year this has been for me. I lave made the whole year spring to me. 

3. THE ALPHA Z. SHELTER CHANTS THE FOLLOWING WITH 

ACCOMPANIMENT 

The callers that call in the spring — tra la 

All come on account of me — yo ho 

They never come bringing a ring — oh no 

This house never saw such a thing — tis so 

It's simply because of the swing — yea bo 

With attendant diversions all free — gurgle, gurgle. 

4. WITH A DEJECTED AIR THE THETA SIDE-WHISKER MUTTERS : 

I'm dark as pitch; I'm sheltered, too. 
I offer every chance 
To loving callers. Gosh but I'm 
Just teeming with romance. 

I fear my girls have lost the pep When campus heros early came 

They had once on a time. And rather late would go, 

Alas, I dream of yester-years, But now I hang my head in shame 

Ev'nings almost sublime. And tell my tale of woe 

When men renounced both far and wide To a last and sole surviver — • 

Did grace these boards of mine. ( )ne short, fat, A. T. O. 

5. THE ALPHA CHI AND CHI () TWINS SING THUS: 

We have to co-operate. 

Co-operate, co-operate — 

'Cause every thing one does rhe other sees. 

My girls are kinda mild this year. 

But, oh, the other bunch. 

The campus thinks they're sad and drear, 

But I've a different hunch. 

What I could tell you, should I please, 

But maybe next year I'll be flush, 

And then that guy will make me blush — 

So we have to co-operate. 

Co-operate, co-operate. 



537 



Jftcru Heaps Jnto Jfamc 

"Revelations of a Slave," Most Sensational Look of Age, 

"Revelations of a Slave," the wonderful book telling the inside dope on the 
h rrors occurring within the secret confines of a college dean's office have brought 
to the front Mr. Elmer Fiero, the marvelous young author. Mr. Fiero is a native 
of Italy originally. It is said that when Dean Thomas Arkle ('lark of the Uni- 
versity of Illinois was touring in the Garlic Mountains of northern Italy he came 
upon a picturesque young Hungarian peasant who had become lost in the maze 
of the Italian odors. The dean immediately fell in love with this long-haired, 
wicked-faced bandit and determined to reform him. lie took a peculiar means 
to do this: he brought him to America, gave him a haircut and a high-class garg- 
ling lotion, and put him in college. This young pirate was Mr. Fiero. lie caught 
the disease of education as only one with his passoniate. rugged, tempestuous 
nature can. Me was made the dean's slave of the door. In this position he saw 
all the gruesome scenes which are so faithfully related in his book. The book 
was written eight years ago, hut was not published until now because it was only 
this year that the dean was got out of the way, when, last January he was impris- 
oned for chronic alcoholism. 



MOSES, THE MESSIAH OF MILLIONS, ONCE A COLLEGE RAKE 

It has been discovered that Robert Moses,, the wonderful religious leader, 
the man who by his eloquence and example has won millions of persons to the 
belief that he is another Messiah, once was an ordinary — a very ordinary — stu- 
dent at the University of Illinois. 

It is said that the dizzy, dervish dances with which he enthralls the multi- 
tudes of hitherto perfectly contented women into gyrations of religious contri- 
butions are the evolution of his dancing days at college. An old classmate of his 
says: 

"Moses used to be a bone-beaded kind of a looking guy. He used to walk 
around in a Norfolk coat with a Joseph Santley expression. This made a hum- 
orous effect because a Joseph Santley expression doesn't go well with his style of 
face. He used to go to all the dances where you don't have to have an invita- 
tion and he was that type of a dancer who makes any man want to drop a ton 
of dynamite on his head. lie was so cute! Me wore black-rimmed glasses, 
which was his way of indicating intellect. Oh, yes, he played tennis. Tennis is 
a game you can play with girls, don't you know? 



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539 



'I'll IS Is A i'ACK OF 

ITcrs %\hvt 

Vers Libre is the modern tiling and the lllio is nothing if not modern (you 
can lake your choice). Vers Libre means Free Verse. Upon a perusal of the 
page yon will find tins to he very free verse. In fact this is about the freest verse 
we have ever seen. The phrase seems to us to he very appropriate. The quality 
of this verse makes it proper that it should not only be free, hut real equity 
demands that premiums should go with it. 




WALDO, PRIDE OF THE PEOPLE! 

How often has't they sinuous form 
Alluring leaped before us! 
Thy only care, at least to outward forms, 
Has been to please with graceful posture. 

And yet who lingers now and dares to say 

Thy brain did not meet and match them all? 

Wert not thou the one 

That made that famous declaration, 

"Rooters' hats are dead; buy Mums"? 

Dids't not thy Cupid's bow lips 

Shroud that utterance? 

Sure 't was a master stroke, Waldo Lauff, 

And who shall whine 

And say thy heart is gluttonous? 

'T was done fairly ; let him who denies 

Comfort himself with womanish philosophy, 

"/ should not have sold my office 

Or imposed a false edict upon the public !" 

Thy stake is made, thy work is done, 

Waldo ! 
Let beggars chide thee though they will. 
'T is sure they cursed 
And refused thee thv fare to Chicago; 
But Crebs, Huff and" Wen McC 
All were duped by thy subtle tongue, 

Waldo, 
And they did it for revenge, 

WALDO, PRIDE OF THE PEOPLE.' 



Till'". PASSING SHOW 

Dix, lie passed Niagara Falls 
And Buffalo and through 
The Pennsylvania tunnel into 

Sherry's and then he. passed 

Hack to Chi and to 

The yellow desk in the 

[llini office. 

But his trunk, it passed 

Right on to Denmark. 

The S. A. E.'s a fraternity 

In this university 

Passed most of the time 

And some time one of them 

Would call, and it is on 

Record that once Jeff Crawford raised — 

Hut he didn't raise the 

< )ld frat average. 

"Hoots" Ludwig passed 
The merry mucilage many 
Times and oft in 
The dear old past, 

And * and * and * and 

Half of the * boys 

Made it their repast, but now.... 
No more for "Boots" has passed. 

The Illini crew : My, 
How they passed the bull with 
Their "In the College Realm" and 
"Round About the Campus" and "Editori- 
als" 
And the "Sunday Eight O'clock" ! 
And, ding it, think of those many 
Little slips which served those 
Asses as passes on cars and 
To shows! Oh, for the life of 
A newspaperman. 

One night Allen Brown passed 
A certain remark. 
Now he's engaged. 

And the Dekes 
I lave passed 
Away. 



*See Jud Layfield. 



540 



This Is a Page of 



U*rs ettett mare %xhvt 





Among our great at Illinois 
Is rare old Bart Macomber, 

The perfect type of college boy. 
Whose pranks steep us in slumber. 

Built like a bull — full of the same, 
And ever seeks to spout it, 

Admits he'll bring a lasting fame 
To Illinois — We doubt it. 



Ods, Bodkins ! Here's a sickly mess. 
Part of the Phi Gam shame, 

But pleasing to the female eye — 
Dick Kritzer is his name. 









( )f baseball fame — of cousin mind 
Jack Bradley smiles at we. 

We wonder how a man can smile 
When joined to S. A. E. 



Parkins $$au}ahts Pargattts 

Here You Will Find Everything For the College Man 

EVERYTHING 

1 1 ii.i! Quality ( Iuaranteed — Redu< tion 

I ,asts < )nlv For This Day 

COME EARLY TO AVOID THE CROWDS 

DEPARTMENT 
A 

Armfulls In this line we have absolutely no competition. Our goods 

are guaranteed to be genuine, sizzling, right off the pan, 
delightful. 

Frahn Tritt A medium sized model, a come-back of fame. Any student is 

eligible to this arm-exerciser if he supplies references. 
Trice — Senior Memorial dues. 

Dot Stevenson A slender beauty whose head on your shoulder will he a delight 
because it weighs nothing at ail. She isn't quite as versatile 
as Frahn, hut her education makes up for its lack of breadth 
by its intensive progress. There is only one condition made 
with her sale : The purcahser must also buy our whole women's 
wear department as necessary equipment. 
Price — Can you lick Chink ? Take her away. 

Agnes Wright A roly-poly Pi Phi who paradoxically made Phi Bate. She 
was made to love, so our expert tells us, but she hasn't found 
it yet. Better take her away while you have the chance. 
Price — Cost of a Phi Bate key. 

lUcimnus jfaiftcb jFatumtes 

"Dutch" Schleuter Chicago Jinks 

Green street K A e Del Harris 



In Addition We Offer a Few 

Iffcttmms JFIamhmiant Jflncnhsltips 

Dawn Pithias 

Theodore Woodrow 

Hersman Crebs 

T. A Brannigan 

Macomber Camp 

1 'hi Psi's Dekes 



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>'peaktmi of tlyc JVrtstflcraq) oi ^Tabor!!! 



UNIVERSITY £31 II LINOtS 
BUSiNESS OI Fll . 


PAY K'l :.L VOUCH;. R 




..... Howard D. "urpi.y, 


i ... tTMtNT BuildinE 


student 
3E«v-cts/ latorer/f Concrete Tork> 


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. . USWtL, ™ 


3 HOU „ s . .20 5 .60 


- UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS 
BUSINESS C" • 


PAY ROLL VOUCHER 


...... Building 


•iaml Rotert I. Terry, 
«. Student?? 


Labor, 


Latorei , [Concrete lork) 




F , OM Aug. 16, 1515 All£. IS, 1915. 


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5 1/2 ,„„.! .20 $1.10 


UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS 
BUSINESS (>ffk F. 


PAY ROLL VOUCHER 


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mami Hawley 1 . SmltL., 


.. ... Building 


class Student 


... laeor 


»e«»icitA laborer, (Concrete loin) 





from Aug. 10, 1915 , Aug. 20, 1915 


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Tom Brown deserves immortalization for getting a free ticket to the Cotil- 
lion for taking Miss Kyle and then having her go home after the first few 
dances, leaving Tom to hold down an attractive bunch of dances and a Chester 
taxi on the way home. 

At the Wisconsin game, the immortal Bob Burton blew in with his partner 
in the paper business (None other than Polly) and tried to blow by the door- 
keeper, who was none other than the man Spink, immortalized in the limerick 
elsewhere in this collection. Failing to complete the blow, he offers to compro- 
mise with $.75. Failing in this aussi, he borrowed two bits from Del Harris 
and got by — apparently not worried by the incident. 



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Editor's Note — We can't help wondering if Ed had any hidden meaning 
in this bow-legged presentation. 



543 



Intoxicatus in Chicagoensis 

(A multi-scene sketch from real life 
pieced together into a mosaic from the 
accounts of travelers who were there 
and saw. Poetic License — % .000000 1 
to the ream. ) 

Scene I due Fountain Room at the 
La Salle Hotel. Crystal Room and 
Celtic Bar at Sherman Hotel 

Time — Night before the Chicago game 

Those present — Tack Crebs, Eta of 
Phi Delta Theta; Pot Godfrey, Kike 
Allen, Moll Grieser, Red Lindsay 

Steve Birch, disentangling himself 
from the foot-rail and reciting from 
a more or less recumbent position: 
"Who wawnshticketto game?" 

Jack Crebs, on mouth organ: "For 
honest labor and for learning we 
stand." 

Chuck Pavy, from position on top 
of bar : "Three cheers for Fritz, now, 
sbest barkeep-hey, Steve? Get up off 
that floor ; d'ye wanta spill that — " 

Phi Delt Chorus: "We're loyal 
t'you, Illinois". 

Pot Godfrey: "Fi dollas on Or- 
ange and Blue." 

(Kike Allen makes his famous un- 
mentionable toast.) 

Jack Kinsey : "'Ray for Potsy, 
he's my fraternity brother!" 

Gordon Otto: "Mine, too!" 

Red Lindsay : ' 'S lucky pup. We 
haven't had an athlete since Zeke 
left." (Braces himself on the left 
shoulder of Merton Tanner Straight, 
who yields to the pressure. Both 
tumble over Steve, who snores a vo- 
ciferous protest.) 

Phi Delt Chorus : "Where's Pete 
Knight?" 

Enters, battered, Bill Hart : " 'N 
these two dolls come out and T asked 
'em polite if they had any engage- 
ments for the evening, 'n then these 
friends of theirs pulled off their coats 
and beat me up." 

Porter : "All out, Illinois ! Three 
o'clock!" 

(Gang wakes Steve and exits.) 



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APPLIED TO THE BRADLEY 

PEANUT BOWL 

Preach Whitley 
Eddie Block 
Rocky Andrews 
Hawley Smith 
Jack Crehs 
Wen McCracken 
Rex Eaton 
Bill Hart 
Snapper Belnap 
Gyp Davis 
Sid Kirkpatrick 
Goat Emmond 
Moll Grieser 
Chink Weems 
Alpha Delts 
Frank Scott 



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544 



m)t f salms of % Jlttltitate. 

I AM AN ENGINEER, look upon me and weep. 

Job was never afflicted as I. No man is more burdened, not that T mind the 
burden, but consider the Ag, who neither toils nor spins, while I am laden with 
care. 

Consider the Tan Bets. None of them deserve honor in their college ; men 
without number excel them. Let us look on Ed Shelby and rejoice. 
******* 

I AM AN AG, maligned and unlettered. I dwell apart from those that sur- 
round me. I attend classes, but cannot be counted among the wise. 

I am the backbone of the literary societies and a firm believer in the Y. M. 
C. A. I believe in the covenant of the college, that Jack Watson is a great man, 
and Rod Van Sant is the ideal American. 

My college furnisheth a haven of rest for those hard pressed scholastically. 
It is a tree of life to them that lay hold upon it. 

I shall marry early and buy only the phosphate recommended to me. Let 
us consider the hogs, how they flourish, and the cattle as they bleat, and 
raise our voices in praise of Cyril G. 



I AM A LAWYER, one of God's chosen people, ignorant as He may be 
of it. 1 endeavor at all times to appear hard and exclusive. I believe in the 
sacredness of the chew, and the infallibility of my brethren. 

If you would be one of us, give up all other interests and follow. I will 
lead ye beside the green rivers and your cup shall froth over. 

Let us gather, brethren, on the front walk, that we may display our quali- 
ties and ye may judge and be admonished. 



With joy in my heart I wander in darkness, yet never reaching the light of 
intellect. Duties I have none; I AM OF THE COMMERCE, of the mercenary 
commerce college. 

I believe that Bart Macomber is a cultured man, but I realize that the study 
of Corporation management ill befits one in the answering of buzzers. 

I grace the Arcade with my person, and find that much study is a weariness 
of the flesh. I am a connoisseur of the Orpheum bill. 

Let us devise together, and join with our brethren Comitatus and the Illi- 
nois Magazine in a search for a reason for existence. 

Woe betide me that I should be judged by those that are within my gates! 
For them I cannot be held. Consider Ramo Denz, but prithee, brethren, do not 
judge too severely of me, for I AM THE SORROWFUL L. AND A., the 
man to continually guard against the wiles of women and the pettishness of 
instructors. I am burdened with many sorrows, for verily I say that within 
my gates I harbor many who consider that all things are trite, every man is 
mediocre, and nothing is to be believed. 

When I ope ,my mouth let no dog bark. 

Let us consider those among us who walk in the shape of men but are not. 



5-15 




AkE YOU A DETECTIVE? 

If so, discover: 
[oe Varner's ambition. 
Something Mike Wolters can't do. 
Bronson's girl. 
Paul Huston's busy day. 
Kamo I )enz's genius. 
Brinkerhoff's popularity. 



Sidney Dale, a prize winner again. 

®Ije $ otters' (fflub Mtds 

The Alpha Tau Omega porter: Mistah President, Ah proposes foh yo'all's 
consideration a move which ah considers to he in thorough conformance with our 
principles of equation and justice to all of yoh concerned. Most of us brethren 
am aware dat freshmen in unifohm prohibited this speakah from gettin' his 
share of whiskey out fum the Sophomoh Cohtillion punch. 

The Delt porter : Mistah President, Ah moves we'all make this heah meetin' 
informal foh discushin of these heah hoys what am employin' us. 

The president: The ayes appeah to have it. Prohceed, yoh Hit My Eye 
pohtah. 

The Sigma Chi porter: Mistah Beshumstein done purchased that whiskey 
fum mah wife's cousin. 

The Phi Delta Theta porter: Huh! Yo'all thinks yoh makin' a stir in this 
puddle with that, dont yoh ? You lissen me, boy, we have it every Saturday 

night at our house, we do, when Mistahs Burch 
and his frens return from their home. 

The Phi Kappa Psi porter: Wheah's that" 1 

The Phi Delta Theta porter : Dunno. They 
all speaks mention of Hofbrow often, it mebbe 
there. Yes, suh ! We suttunly presuhves the 
liquid ovah at our home ! 

The Beta Theta Pi porter : Do yo gennemen 
know my boys is bad in debt ? Yes suh. I 
heahd Air. Crebs speak of givin' up the house. 
anly he make mention of it as "dam big shell". 
Pear's lak the contractors done demand their 
monev for erectin' it. 

A PI PHI CREST ' „ 1-L J, ~ ., 

I lie Delta Kappa Epsilon porter : 

We may be wrong, but we 

thought there was an ele- AND SO FORTH, AT WILL. 

ment of humor in this. 




546 



We shall open up for a few pages a bureau of very timely misinformation 
on the subject of fraternities and fraternity people. It will save you money the 
first week — so succumb at once. 



We Know Everything 



We know the day in Oct. when an AX12 had a date. 
Wc know all about the Delta Gamma contest. 
Also the very startling results of the contest. 
We know a Sigma Kappa by her first name. 
And several others by several other names. 
We know a man who has eaten a meal at the 1'eke house. 
We know where the ASA house is. 
We know all of Shifty Sicilian's songs. 
We know the name of a good-looking AAII. 
Yes we do. too. 

We know a Phi Cam who has a ride in Brother Mount's ear. 
We knozv a Kappa who hasn't. 

Watch for the meanings of the fraternity insignia, published for the first 
time. Also other data on all the big organizations in the Latin quarter. 



Sigma Chi 



Signifying — Sacreligious Community. 
Founded — In Milwaukee by Mr. Busch. 
Number of chapters — 5 (all of them being here). 
Number of members — Staggering. 
Situation — Pathetic. 

Motto — "In numbers there is strength, to say nothing of Johnnie Walker". 
The fraternity badge is in the form of a cross, signifying the cross feeling 
a freshman has when he finds he has been double-crossed into crossing this hor- 
rible Rubicon. When the Sig Chi's divided their average, last semester, by the 
number of men, there was nothing left. George Ade is a Sig. This probably 
accounts for the weird picture of fraternity life that he has given us in his slangy 
fables. Sam Coile is also a Sig. The sexton of the Temple of Carnak. The 
cosmopolitan spirit of the fraternity lias been immoralized by song and it is 
indeed impressive to hear them singing around the old fire-side. 
Sigma Chi, thy name must travel ; 
Sigma Chi, more fame for you; 
If there's any other human 
Wants to be a Sig, he'll do. 



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Phi Gamma Delta 



Signifying — Play Good Dominoes. 

Founded — At Vassar during a fudge-making debauch. 

Number of chapters— Far too many. 

Number of living members — 3. 

Number of dead members — The rest. 

Situation — Pitiful. 

Flower — Violet (born to blusli unseen). 

This fraternity pursues the even tenor of its way on John street within Wag- 
nerian range of the rough A. T. ( ).'s, for protection against whom they rely on 
that inimitable couple, Little and Kritzer. Burton Curtis with weird gyroscopic 
dances lias done much to keep the fraternity in the public eye. The atmosphere 
of the house has been much cleansed this year by the absence of the famous 
cut-in Wagner, whose degrading influence around the house has been bemoaned 
by representative members of the chapter for the past four years. Vice-president 
Marshall is a Phi Gam but let's not hold that against him. He's done the best 
be can to live it down. 



Beta Theta Pi 



Signifying — Bonds Threaten Property. 

Founded — Originally a woman's organization founded by Miss-Take and 
Miss-Calculation as a Sorosis society. 

Number of chapters — 7,083 (these figures include up to and through April 
7, '16, but are subject to change without notice). 

Number of members — We never took Calculus ; we can't count that high. 

Situation — Heart-rending. 

The Beta's live in a neat little bungalow modeled after Westminster Abbey. 
( )f the two, however, the finances of the abbey are in somewhat better condition. 
The rumor has come to our ears that Mr. Kellogg, becoming tired of his little 
sanitarium in Battle Creek is figuring on purchasing the Beta house and doing 
business on an unprecedented scale. Frank Gunsaulus, president of Armour 
institute, is a Beta. He is in favor of the abolition of fraternities. 



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Sigma Alpha Epsilon 



Signifying — Stewed After Eight. 

Founded — In a Washington shirt store, 1893. 

Number of Chapters — 2 /z (as far as we have been able to find out. ) 

Number of members — 3. 

Number of cellar gang — 41. 

The badge bears the devise of the lion of S. A. E. crouching at the feet of 
Minerva. At present there is an agitation in favor of changing the figure of 
the Goddess to that of John Barleycorn. It will be seen at once how much more 
appropriate this would be, but the inherent conservatism of the organization is 
apt to defeat these ends. S. A. E. is also known as the 5 W club — We Won't 
Work, Will We? 



Delta Kappa Epsilon 



Signifying — Death Knell Evident. 

Founded — A long way from Illinois. 

Number of chapters — Unimportant. 

Number of members — The great number of these are still more unimportant. 

Situation Very precarious. 

Colors — A deep black. 

Flower — A wreath of hollyhock with the inscription, "Flown to Jesus." ( for 

his patience knoweth no bounds and endureth forever). 
Motto — "Every knock is a boost — we hope." 

Sandy McDonald, Rod YanSant and a few other survivers from the great 
Deke wreck have requested that we make our funeral sermon as brief as possible 
and not dwell on the items of their "Eenoxical" fall. We aim to please at all 
times and have granted them their request. We wish to express here only words 
of comfort and encouragement. Delta Kappa Epsilon should not despair. Book- 
ing across the dreamy horizon of fancy we seem to see a guardian angel approach- 
ing. The longer we look the longer she approaches. Who says D. K. E. has 

not a friend left? Oh, as many as that? Well, you are all wrong. Anna 

\ oss has not forgotten the boys in their need. Our hats are off to you, Anna. 
Your cause is a worthy one. 



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Zeta Psi 

Signifying — Zodiacal Personifications. 

Founded— In Decatur high school, 1908. 

Number of chapters — 45>4 (the Yz at Illinois). 

Number of members — io 1 ( (the 10 being Mike Wolters, (his statistics), 

and the '4 being Ramo Denz, (our statistics). 
1 '"lower -Jack-in-the-pulpit. 

This fraternity furnishes a home for the friendless at the University of 
Illinois. For a while it was rumored that Ramo Denz had a friend in Dix Har- 
wood but this has been proven groundless and Ramo has been cleared of all un- 
just suspicion, Ramo is the holder of a large cup for writing plays. He has 
been offered a much larger cup for ceasing to write plays. Nicholas Longworth 
is a Zeta I 'si hut he wears his high school frat pin in company. The Zeta Psi anthem 
goes like this : 

< )h, dear to our heart is old Zet. ; 
In a circle wedl sit 'round the grate, 
And each will agree 
There is no one like me — 
( )ur pean shall never abate. 



Kappa Sigma 

Signifying — Kinda Sick. (The reader will at once recognize that the Kappa 
Sigs, in their characteristically modest way, have not told the whole 
truth in their secret symbols — the chapter is not only Kinda Sick but 
Vera Sick ; in fact the sickest of which we know. ) 
Number of chapters — They don't seem to know. 
Number of members; — Nobody else seems to care. 
Situation — Ridiculous. 

Motto — "Have you a litt'e Ivory in your dome?" 

You have about as much chance to make a Kappa Sig confess to being one 
as you have of making your grandmother believe that the good die young. We 
took a meal at this bouse, the other night, and we wondered how they ever got 
any new pledges, until after dinner we saw the pledges. Any freshman wishing 
to be sure of dates with Audie and Alberta should join Kappa Sigma, provided 
he has met (lift and still wants to. 



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Delta Tau Delta 



Signifying — Don't They Drink? — Well, Don't They? 
Founded — In haste, by somebody who may have meant well. 
Number of chapters — Oh, several. 
Number of active members — i 1 /*. 
Number of inactive members — Z l V-z- 
Situation — Discouraging. 

This fraternity has the reputation of being the most selfsatisfied in school. 
This is a lucky thing for the Delts, because a fraternity likes to feel that some- 
body is satisfied with it. We might add, however, that the boys always were 
rather easy to satisfy. 



Phi Kappa Psi 



Signifying — Pints Kept Privately. 

Founded — By accident, we hope. We'd hate to think of such a thing as 
malice aforethought. 

Number of chapters — At least one too many. 

Number of members — We got the number of that bunch last fall when they 
pledged Hunter. We are keeping it a secret, however, 
from a few of the University women, who have not. 

This fraternity now exists in a half-hearted sort of way, bemoaning the 
loss of Slooie Chapman and Slip Cogdall, Macomber, who was hailed with such 
delight in his freshman year, has failed to keep up to his own pace and as a result 
poor Wendall is kept working overtime trying to impress the University with 
the greatness of old Phi Psi's men. Wen's work is rather discouraging, how- 
ever, for Brink more than counteracts what impression he is able to make. Brink, 
this year has run that Godsend-to-a-Roast-Editor, Gyp Davis, a close race for the 
position of Prime University. With the practice he has received we expect him 
to win in a walk next year. Prexie James is a Phi Psi. After spending one 
evening at the house it is said that he let baby Hermann have his pin to help him 
cut his teeth. 



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Alpha Tau Omega 



Signifying — All Thoroughly Obnoxious. 

Founded — A couple of Kentucky bar-keeps have been accused but plead 
guilty. 

Number of chapters — As a college man we blush to give you the number. 

Number of members — As a loyal Illinois student we are ashamed to saw 

Motto -King may come and Krug may go, hut Tommy stays on forever. 

This house is famous for its grandfather's clock, without any works, and 
its four fake pillars in front, which lend the place an air of aristocracy and now 
and then fools a freshman. A few of the other pillars of the house arc McNulta, 
the histrionic marvel, and Powers, who is some other kind of a marvel — we forget 
just what now, ask him. The policy of this fraternity is one of conservatism. 
They will rarely open on less than three queens. 



%ahus mxh Okntlemcn 

(if there are any such people who have stuck 
with us so far ) 



®bts (Completes owt l^ttiovmmxtt 

***** % * 

For the Editor and Business Manager there is nothing 
left but the shouting. 



For you there is nothing left but to 

read the advertising. 

* * * * * * * 

And there won't be a thing left of the Roast editor 

if he ever gets discovered. 



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ADVERTISING 



R. E. HtMSTEDTS ENCASEMENT 
TO EVANSTON CO-ED TOIO 



POTSY CURS UTS HIS SOUP 
THROUGH A STRAW ONCE MURE 



RING W, LARDNER 
WRITES FOR ILLIO 

Well-Knowo Tribune tnd Saturday I 

Evening Post Humorist Tdlfi 

Of HomecomioK 

SENIOR SECTION GOES TO PRESS 1 



CHI PSI FIRE GIVES 
LEFTOVERS THRILL 

PHI SI6S QUARANTINED Till 24TH 



CELTS LOSE S500 
IN DARINGROBBERY 

: leapt \* <(!> Mow 
Ami \:ilti 
Morain 

LOAD STOLEN GUN FOR DEFENSE 



POTSY OR POGUE MAY RECEIVE 
COACHING OFFER FROM JOUET 



i SIGMA DELTA CHI INITIATES 
RING LARONER HONORARY MEMBER 



SEW OWL CAR TO BE RUN ON 
TRIAL FOR NEXT FOUR WEEKS 



•SKAGS,' PIE. STEVE AND BART 
ARE 1917 SMOKER FEATURES 



ALPHA OELTS WILL MOVE TO 

JOHN STREET IN NOVEMBER 



ZETA PSI HAS HIGHEST J 
GRADES AMONG NATIONALS 

^5 LE*OS LOCALS WITH 
AVERAGE OF MM 



GAMMA PHI BETA LEADS 

IN SORORITY SCHOLARSHIP 



A. T. O'S LOSE SI45 
IN SECOND THEFT 

RETURNING BROTHER SEES LIGHTS 



! PROM IS FINANCIAL SUCCESS 
SAYS PRESIDENT R. L. GRANTZ 




Puny Hill Save> Burning 

Bnililitii: Willi Wet fil.inke! 



OOTLEGGERS HAVE 
LOTS OF BUSINESS 



NORTH WALNUT !S WIDE OPEN' 



S. 0. HARWOOD JOINS 
i FORD PEACE PARTY 

! REPRESS'- 



PHI SIG HOUSE IS 
UNDER QUARANTINE 

III \uJ Then 

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MAY LAST TILL AFTER CHRISTMAS 




INDEX TO ADVERTISERS 



Page 
Abernathy's Studio I9i 

Alexander Lumber Co 
Anheuser Husch Itrg. Ass'n ' i 
American Fountain Pen i o. ^ s i 
American Metal Weathet S';rip 

Co. ;, ' s 

American Well Works 616 

Aristo Studio 
Armour & Co. 

Aultman Taylor Machine I o. 577 
\i,,i,l, Billiard Parlors 623 

Bacon Bros. ,| ' 1 

Bassetl and Bassi tl 561 

Beardsley Hotel 604 

Belvoir Theater 560 

C. II. Besly Co. 579 

Bismark Hotel.. 587 

fos. C. Bowman 623 

Miss Kay Bowman ''-'7 

Brochon Engraving ( o. 587 

Brooks Brothers 611 

Bradley's 632 

Cable Piano Co. 627 

Casper-Stolle Quarry to 576 

Champaign lec ("ream Co. 563 

Champaign Sanitary Milk Co 558 

Champaign Bottling Works. 611 

Chicago Bridge and Iron Co 612 

Chicago Portland Cement Co.... 583 

Central Supply Co 604 

Central Union Telephone Co 581 

Citizens State Bank 603 

Columbia Quarry Co 588 

Commonwealth Edison Co 594 

Corona Typewriter Co. 625 

Cosmo Electric Constr. Co 633 

T. H. Craig 560 

Crofoot Nielson & C 581 

Danville Brick Co 631 

Davis and Kreeger 593 

Dearborn Chemical Co 576 

S. E, Dillavou 563 

Diesel Wemmer Co 590 

Eugene Dietzgen & Co 584 

Dochstadter & Sandberg 564 

J. H. Doyle 609 

Eisner Grocery Co 633 

English Brothers 504 

Essley Machinery Co 590 

Evens and Howard Fire Brick- 
Co 563 

Frank Brothers 558 

A. A. Fetting -60S 

Flanigan-Pearson Printing Co 614 

P. D. Foster 575 

Franklin Life Insurance Co ..569 

Foreman's Clothes Shop 611 



Page 

Garlock Packing Co. 571 

Genesse Pure F 1 Products Co 634 

< h ii li I i ansit Co. .592 

Griffen Wheel Co. 592 

Grubb Engraving Co 608 

I). I'".. Harris 602 

ll.nt drain Weigher Co. 595 

The Harvard Co 570 

( has. M. I [iggins Co. 596 

Home Telephone Co. 582 

Hunter. Rourke & Co 629 

Hof-Brau 574 

Hyde Park Hotel 621 

Illinois Central R. R. Co 595 

Illinois Life Insurance Co.. 591 

Illinois Tarfay Co 565 

Illinois Pressing Shop 63) 

Illinois Traction System 618 

Indian Refining Co 596 

Inner Braced Furniture Co... 568 

Jahn and Oilier Engraving Co. 610 
Johnson and Field Mfg. Co. 572. 586 
Jones and Lamson Mach. Co. 566 

J. M. Kaufman & Co 629 

C. A. Kiler 619 

Kandy's Barber Shop 565 

King Joy Lo 628 

I aSalle Hotel 613 

R. o. Law & Co 600 

F. P. Lewis Cigar Co 590 

W. Lewis & Co 607 

I). It. Lloyde 630 

Lyric Theater 598 

Marquette Cement Co 621 

Mariner and Hoskins 600 

Fred Marshall 615 

F. B. Mead .563 

Mecca Studio 580 

Mehring and Hanson Co 575 

Model Laundry Co 593 

D. J. Molloy & Co 562 

E. R. Moore Co 589, 593 

Morse Twist Drill Co 596 

V. Mueller & Co 620 

C. E. Mueller 620 

Munhall Printing Co 628 

New York Blower Co 601 

New York Costume Co 565 

New York Life Insurance Co 623 

Northwestern Mutual Life Ins. 
, Co 633 

Oakes Brothers 572 

Oakford and Fahrenstock 607 

()' Byrne Transfer Co 609 



Page 
Ogilvie & Heneage 557 

Ohio and Westei n Lime ( 'o. 631 

Orlando Hotel 617 

Park Theater 539 

I'arlin and Orendorl'f Co 573 

I'airett Tractor Co. 624 

Peoples Trust and Savings Hank 555 

Peterson Nursery 588 

Photo Art Shop 0O8 

I'itscnbarger and Flinn .631 
Frederick Post & Co. 602 

II. A, Railton & Co. 598 

Jacob Reed's Sons 578 

Renne Studio 626 

E. II. Kenner ...559 

Hitter Dental Mfg. Co 567 

Roberts and Schaefer 554 

"Kocksie" 632 

W. J. Root 571 

S. A. Sandweger 566 

T. C. Schaffner 575 

Fritz Schoultz 590 

Sharp and Smith 582 

H. G. Smucker 585 

Snead & Co. Iron Works 553 

Souder's 558 

Southern Hotel 603 

B. E. Spalding 615 

Spies Brothers 575 

R. A. Stipes 597 

B. A. Strauch 559 

H. Swannell and Son 558 

Mabel Sykes Studio 622 

Melvin Sykes Studio 632 

Third Street Delicatessen 622 

The Tulloss School 631 

Twin City Creamery Co 628 

Twin City Roofing Co 564 

I. A. Thornhill 633 

U. of I. Supply Store 554 

Urbana Banking Co 612 

Wabash R. R 618 

Warwick Hotel 5S9 

Waterman Fountain Pen Co 580 

Western Brick Co 619 

Weller Mfg. Co 556 

Williams-Black 555 

A. E. Wuesteman 579 

Woodie's Place 624 



Y. W. C. A. 



R. E. Zomb 



.616 




Snead Standard Stack— Lincoln Hall, University of Illinois 



Partial list of University libraries having Snead stack equipment : 



Chicago 


Louisiana 


( >hio 


Columbia 


Lovola 


< *regon 


Cornell 


McGill 


1 'ennsylvania 


Harvard 


Michigan 


Purdue 


Illinois 


Minnesota 


Tennessee 


Iowa 


Missouri 


\\ ashington 



Johns Hopkins North Carolina Wisconsin 

Makers of 
Snead Standard Stack 
Snead Tubular Steel Bracket Stack 
Snead Standard Steel Shelving 
Snead Museum Gases 

The Snead 6 Co. Iron Works, Inc. 



JERSEY CITY, N. J. 



Pounded 1849. 



TORONTO. CANADA. 



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September will see us leading the proces- 
sion of College Stores in America. 

You will receive added service, added 
values and added stocks to select from. 

The Co-Op. 

Constant growth signifies constant service. 



ROBERTS AND SCHAEEER CO. 

ENGINEERS 4ND CONTRACTORS 
CHICAGO. ISA. 

"There is Satisfaction in Using the Best" 

DESIGNER AND BUILDERS OF 

COMPLETE COAL MINING PLANTS, 
MARCUS PATENT COAL TIPPLES, 
STEWART COAL WASHING PLANTS, 
STANDARD COUNTERBALANCED BUCKET 

LOCOMOTIVE COALING PLANTS, 
RANDS GRAVITY SAND PLANTS, 
COAL DOCK BRIDGES. 



W. R. ROBERTS, PRESIDENT. 
EDWARD E. BARRETT, VICE PRES. 
JOHN J. ROBERTS, TREASURER. 
FRANK E: MUELLER, CHIEF ENGINEER. 
CLYDE P. ROSS, COAT. ENGINEER. 
WILLIS E. HOLLOW AY. COM . ENGINEER. 
C. C. BRACKETT, GEN'L SUPT. CONSTR. 



554 





The Convertible Savings Bond 

Is our new plan for aiding the small investor. 

It enables you to invest as you save — a little each week — in just as profitable 
and safe securities as the man with thousands of dollars can buy. 



PEOPLES 



TRUST AND 
SAVINGS 



OF CHICAGO 

Michigan Avenue and Adams Street. 



Capital $500,000. 



Deposits .$9,000,000. 

DIRECTORS 

Charles G. Dawes 

President Central Trust Co. of Illinois 
Geo. M. Reynolds 

President Contl. & Coml. Natl. Bank 
S. M. Pelton 

Pres. Chicago Great Western R. R. Co. 
Herman Waldeck 

Vice Pres. Contl. & Coml. Natl. Bank 

Earle H. Reynolds, President 



BANK 



Surplus $200,000. 



Roger S. Sullivan 

Sawyer Biscuit Co. 
\V. Irving Osborne 

Capitalist 
F. W. Croll 

Treas. Armour & Co. 
Roy H. Griffin 

Vice-President. 



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Our last year's editor's sister starts 
the Chi O and Phi Bait rushing season 
early. 



ART is not a thing, it is 
away. "Art is the beau- 
tiful way," said a later 
day philosopher 

The decorative art of Wil- 
liams-Black, Inc., is the beau- 
tiful, the unusual, the harmo- 
nious — an art ripened by 
years of painstaking study of 
the combination of this shade 
of color and that to produce 
a harmonious whole. 

Williams-Black 

IN CORPOBATED 



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You can hardly blame them. 
They're away from home, T. A., and 
1 )ean Kyle. 



WELL ER-MADE 




CONVEYING MACHINERY 

For handling crusher-run stone or ore, 
or talcum powder, or any material between 
these extremes. 




POWER TRANSMISSION 
MACHINERY 

Complete systems for handling power economical- 
ly to any number of individual machines or groups, 
by means of belts, ropes, chains, gears, etc. 




ELEVATING 

MACHINERY 

For handling any kind of fine 
of carse material in bulk or in 
packages. 

Our buckets range in size from 
2"x2" up to buckets 84" wide and 
36" pitch. 

Complete systems for any pur- 
pose. 



Send for Friction Clutch Cata- 
logue 1-27 — General Catalogue 1-20. 



WELLER MFG. CO., 

CHICAGO 



556 



OH 

OH PRODUCTIONS 




ARE THE CHOICEST OF COR- 
RECT DRESS REQUISITES FOR 
YOUNG MEN. 

CLOTHING, HATS AND 
FURNISHINGS FOR ALL 
OCCASIONS. 

NOVELTIES IN OUTING AND 
SPORTING WEAR 

SUITS AND OVERCOATS 

AS LOW AS $25.00. 

EUGENE SHOBINGER/15, IS NOW 
ASSOCIATED WITH US, AND 
WILL BE PLEASED WITH THE 
OPPORTUNITY OF SHOWING 
YOU OUR MERCHANDISE. 



% 



Mens TH Store 



O gilvie &Heneag e 

18- <20 East Jackson Boulevard 

CHICAGO 



557 



LINDL^Y, PENWELL cVr LINDL.EY 



ATTORNEYS- AT-LAW 

DANV1LI.K. ILLINOIS 



H. SWANNELL y SON, Reliable Druggists Established I860 

Older tlian the University. The reliable store for your Prescriptions, Drugs, and Drug 

Store Goods. The R exall Store 

Cut Prices on Toilet Articles No. 1 Main Street, Champaign, 111. 



FRANK BROTHERS 

Fifth Avenue Boot Shop 
New York City 

Builders of Smart College Footwear. 



Backed by Years of Experience 

and superior equipment, 
our work is the very best 

L. B. SOUDER, Dyer and x Dry Cleaner 

CHAMPAIGN, ILL. 



"Milk is the richest food sold; it is also one of the cheapest foods; it is found in 
every diet of the human race; it can be the most healthful or the most dangerous of 
foods, according to the way it is taken care of on the farm, the dairy, or the distribut- 
ing depot. There is only one solution of this great food question, 

Pasteurized Milk 

CHAMPAIGN SANITARY MILK CO., 415_E. University Ave. • 



558 




We Will Serve You 

Photo Finishing, Kodaks and Supplies, 
Pictures and Artistic Framing, Fountain 
Pens and Stationery, Artists Supplies, Ar- 
tistic Gifts in Leather, Bronze and Pottery 

Agency Pathe Pathephone Talking 
Machine 



//2 ?l. 7tu& 

&ZS Jo. tltoaa/fc 





When not imposing on the sorori- 
ty sisters, the imports sure have a 
good time. 



ALEXANDER LUMBER CO 

Manufacturers of Silos, Wood Tanks and everything for the farm. 
R. S. BASSETT, Local and District Manager, Champaign, Illinois 



ENOS H. RBNNER 

URBANA, ILLINOIS 

PRIVATE AMBULANCE Chairs and Tables to Rent 

BOTH PHONES 



559 



Theatre Belvoir 



E. H. RUSSELL, Mgr. 



HIGH CLASS 



PHOTO PLAYS 



AND 



ROAD ATTRACTIONS 




SALLY ROPES ANOTHER 

This time we find innocent Bill 
Jones serving as Sally's leaning 
post. Leave it to Pick to help out. 



(If you buy it of T. H. Craig you know it is right). 

UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS 

Pins, emblems, souvenir spoons, wall shields in bronze, smokers' articles in brass 
with University seal, brass book racks with seal, and many useful articles in brass suit- 
able for the desk and den. Write for prices and illustrations for anything in University 
of Illinois jewelry. 

Established 1896. 



T. H. CRAIG, JEWELER 



CHAMPAIGN, ILLINOIS. 



560 



CLOTHING VALUES 

That "Stand Out" 



a 



DsDMf?DQL 
NORMAL 

POCICET9 




In aiming at individuality, B. & B. Clothing 
has made a perfect score on the four essential 
points that count — 

Fabric, Tailoring, 
Fit and Service 

Wearers of B. & B. Clothes "Stand 
Out" from other men because B. &. B. 
Clothes "Stand Out" from other clothes. 

B. & B. Model 
"Norman" 

(One of our Exclusive Models |. 

Here is a strictly 191 6 B. & B. 
model designed to impart an appear- 
ance of "dressiness" even in the 
warmest weather. 

The lapels are small and trim ; 
coat length, ample ; sleeves, small ; 
shoulders, unpadded; patch pockets; 
skeleton lined; '"athletic" vest. 

That fourth coat pocket is a new 
idea — may be omitted if you prefer. 

The "Norman" comes in all 
late weaves, patterns and color 
1 "blends". 



SUITS AND OVERCOATS, $25 and up 

BASSETT & BASSETT 



MEN'S SHOP 



Republic Bldg. 



CHICAGO, ILL. 



561 



Moulded Leather Cover 
for 1917 Illio 



Manufactured hv 



The David J. Molloy 



C 



ompany 



633 Plymouth Court 

CHICAGO 

Originators and Manufacturers of Moulded and Col- 
ored Leathers for College Annuals, Commencement 
Programs, Dance Programs, Menus and Novelties for 
the trade. 

Something new and different for every one. Exact 
reproductions of Seals, Emblems and Scener. 

Your inquiries will be carefully attended to. Sketches 
submitted. 

Inquiries solicited from Printers, Binders, Publishers, 
Novelty Manufacturers, etc. 



Vitrified Clay Segmental Blocks 

Best for large sewers. 
Sanitary ! Easily laid. 



Sewer and Culvert Pipe 

All sizes — 3 to 42 inches in diameter. 
Manufactured by 



EVANS 6 HOWARD FIRE BRICK CO., St. Louis, Mo. 





S. E. DILLAVOU 


Farm Machinery 


Farm Scales Vehicles Gas Engines 


67 N. Walnut St. 


Champaign, 111. 



Champaign Ice Cream Co. 

ICE CREAM 
SHERBETS and ICES 



Both Telephones 
Bell 175; Auto 2107 



115-117 E. University Ave. 



aflei^ 



Breakfasts 
Lunches 
Candies 
Ice Creams 

Perfection in Confection 



* 



REA BROWN 
JOHN GRABBE 
SID KIRKPATRICK 

This terrible trio tries to tantalize 
the timely toughs that tip the toddies to 
Thornhill. 



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In Our Productions 

We copy no one — 
We create 

Dock&ader 

& Sandberg 

Republic Building 
CHICAGO 

Men's Wearing Apparel for Every Occasion of 

EVERYDAY SPORTING AND FORMAL WEAR 



Twin City Roofing Co. 

HENRY BI RELINK CO., Proprietors 

Roofing and Sheet Metal Contractors 

SPECIALTIES 
CORNICES, METAL SKYLIGHTS, VENTILATORS 
METAL CEILINGS, and WARM AIR FURNACES 

Champaign and Vermilion County Agents for 

THE EVANS-ALMETAL FIRE DOOR 



Phones: 
Bell 105 

Auto 1763 CHAMPAIGN, 



201-205 South First Street 



Main Offices 



ILLINOIS Danville, III. 



DELICIOUS 




The Great Refreshing' Drink 

"A Drink of Parfay 
Keeps Fatigue Away" 

ILLINOIS PARFAY CO. 

CHAMPAIGN, ILL. 



NEW YORK 

COSTUME CO. 

CHICAGO 

Importers Designers 



Manufacturers 



Renters 



COSTUMERS 

Cent. 1801 188 N. State St. 

Special attention shown to 
Schools-— Colleges— Universities 




J( )HNNY AND SIS 

What's the juke, Sis? He 
looks kinda hard for such an 
adoring gaze. 



K ANDY'S— 9 Chairs— Sanitary Barber Shop, Largest in Twin cities 




Gl-4 IZ AST GRKKN ST. 



AUTO, 22(>5 



565 



- 



TIK >SE NAUGHTY CI 1 1 O'S 
We can recognize Tommy, Helen 
Morse, and Alice, but you'll have to 

figure out tlie other two. 



STUDENTS 

Let us figure on your order for 

COAL AND COKE 

now, for next fall. Special rates for season's supply 
Service and quality GUARANTEED 

S. A. SANDWEUER 



Up Town Office: Stephens Building 
Phones: Hell 1118; Auto 4184 



Yard Office: 301 N. West Street 
Phones: Bell 201; Auto 4239 

Urbana. III. 




WHY NOT TWO INSTEAD OF ONE ? 

If you make your drive strong enough, why not drive two spindles instead of one? 

If you make your turret stiff enough, why not put on two sets of tools instead 
of one? 

If the operator has to stop the machine to put in one piece, why not have him put 
in two instead? 

If you have any desire to practically double your output per machine, per man 
and per dollar of investment, why not get a Double Spindle Flat Turret Lathe for your 
chucking work? 

JONES & LAMSON MACHINE COMPANY 

SPRINGFIELD, VERMONT. U. S. A. 



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52 



OL1CY 



We believe that the policy which will best protect 
the interests of the owners of Columbia Equipment, 
is the policy that will best maintain the reputation of 
this company and its product 

Columbia Product has served the dental profes- 
sion for thirty odd years in practically every part of 
the world with the result that the name Columbia 
on dental equipment is generally accepted as being 
a guarantee of sterling quality, satisfaction and con- 
tinued good service. 

Ideal Columbia Chairs, Columbia Electric En- 
gines, Lathes, Air Compressors and Distributing 
Panels are as modern in design and construction and 
as practical in operation as more than a quarter of a 
century of experience, mechanical skill and a model 
factory can make them. They are moderate in price 
and arrangements can be made for their purchase on 
the extended or time payment plan. 

Catalogs describing Columbia Product in an interesting 
and a thorough manner can be obtained of your dental supply 
depot or the same will be sent direct upon reciept of request 
and your dealer's name. 

THE RITTER DENTAL MFG. CO. 

ROCHESTER, N. Y., U. S. A. 

CHICAGO PHILADELPHIA NEW YORK 






567 



Saving of Fuel 

Confrol of Ventilation 

Elimination of dust, soot, rat- 
tling windows and 

100% Comfort 

are all embodied in one 
invention. 

The 
American Line of 

Windustite 

Metal Weather 

Strips 

which means wind and 
dust tight. 



Millions of windows and doors 
have been made storm and dust 
proof by their use. Millions 
more will be, as no modern build- 
ing is complete without them. 
Write us for information. 

AMERICAN 
METAL WEATHER STRIP CO. 

( Home Office and Fadorv I 
GRAND RAPIDS, MICH. 

Branch offices in most all large cilies. 
Illinois office: 434 Woolner Bldg Peoria, III. 



• y." •»"■ 



COOPERATIVE STORE 

AT U. OF I. BURNS 



<\ imI.-iI Press Dippnf vh > 

Champaign, 111., Jan. 17. — Fire hist 
night dcslroj r ed the eo-eperutive store 
and threatened the residence of Presi- 
dent James and the Sigma Nut frat 
house. 



THE FREEDOM OF Till'; PRESS 
Clipped from the Belleville News-Demo- 
crat, A. J. Kern, ex-' 17, Beta Theta Pi, city 
editor. Is it a ease of "inspired composi- 
tion" or "malice aforethought"? 



Inner Braced 



Is the only furniture particularly 
made and guaranteed tor hard puhlic 
service. It has the skyscraper construc- 
tion of hidden steel reinforcement, with 
permanent steel. n<>t fragile glue, joints. 
Its efficiency is certain, as expressed by 
the lo-year guarantee attached. 

The University of Illinois and many 
leading public institutions receive the 
highest known furniture values in the 
Inner Braced furniture they buy. 

Our 80-page De Luxe catalogue illus- 
trates a varied puhlic service line which 
is unequalled. 



The Inner Braced 
Furniture Co. 

Elkhart, Indiana 



568 



Lucrative Professions 

For University Men 

In the occupations followed by the 1 909 Class of HAR- 
VARD UNIVERSITY, the average income of those engaged 
in the Life Insurance Business ranks third. 

In money-making possibilities, as well as social and eco- 
nomic service of the highest order, Life Insurance offers oppor- 
tunities worthy the most serious consideration by graduates of our 
great institutions of learning. 




HOME OFFICE 



Illinois' Oldest and Strongest Company offers exceptional 
inducements to high grade men entering the life insurance field. 



Add 



ress 



The Franklin Life Insurance Company 



Springfield, Illinois 



569 



An International Jury 

Panama-Pacific Exposition Awards 

The Gold Medal to 

HARVARD 

CHAIRS AND CABINETS 

The U. S. Army Purchasing Board, 
The U. S. Navy Purchasing Board, 
The U. S. Interior Department Purchasing Board, 
The British Army Purchasing Board, 
charged with the responsibility of buying the most substantial and best, order 

Peerless Harvard Chairs 

and when more are required repeat the orders. The largest Surgical Table 
Manufacturers adopt the Peerless Harvard Base for the base of the highest 
class Surgical Tables known to the World, because this, the most important part 
of both Dental Chairs and Surgical Tables, is found at the highest develop- 
ment in the 

Peerless Harvard Dental Chair 

The Best Denial Offices are adopting Gold Medal Peerless Harvard 
Chairs and Cabinets because, measured by every standard, they have triumphed 
over the concerted knockings of all competing interests. 

Harvard Exposition Products 

embody so many points of vantage that a complete catalog of Harvard Art 
Furniture is necessary to an adequate description. 

Furnished on Application 

THE HARVARD COMPANY, canton, Ohio 

Branches: The Harvard Co., Room 1100 Marshal] Field Annex Bldg., Chicago, 
111.; 1403 Widener Bldg., Philadelphia, Pa. 

The J. J. Crimmings Co.. 136 Boylston St., Boston, Mass., and the Dental Equipment 
House, 45 West 34th St., New York. General Sales and Distributing Agencies and 
special agencies with the best Dental Depot in each section of the Country. 



570 



R O O T — Photographer 

For twenty-four years we have successfully served 

HIGH SCHOOLS, COLLEGES 

PREPARATORY SCHOOLS 

ACADEMIES, ETC. 

as official photographers for individual pictures, class pictures, group pictures, 
etc. Ask for our rates. 

Address-ROOT STUDIO CO. 

Care of W. J. ROOT, President 
304 So. Wabash Ave., Kimball Hall CHICAGO, ILL. 




This delightful little winter's evening 
landscape is entitled, 

GETTING A BID TO THE (111 OMEGA FORMAL 

(sequel follows) 



GARLOCK Packings 



Stand for 



Safety First Always 



You take no chances when you buy from us. Our packings are the best by test 

A FEW OF OUR REPRESENTATIVE STYLES 
No. 200 Ring for High Pressure Steam. 
No. 333 Ring for Medium Pressure Steam. 

No. 260 Ring for Inside Packed Plungers for Boiler Feed Pumps. 
No. 1906 Duo for Outside PackeT Plungers for Boiler Feed Pumps. 
No. 22 Red Sheet for General Service. 
No. 950 High Pressure Gaskets for Boiler Manholes and Handholes. 



Our Catalog is yours 
for the asking 



THE GARLOCK PACKING COMPANY, Palmyra, New York 

Branches throughout the country. 



571 



THE "RACINE" 

COMBINED GRAIN GRADER. CI 



FANNING MILL 




there is no dealer in your town 
one without costing you anything. 



EANER AND SEED SEPARATOR 

Bagging attachment 
holds two sacks and 
saves wasting grain 
and seed and the work 
of two men. One man 
can clean more seed 
grain than three men 
can clean with an ordi- 
nary mill in the same 
time. No farmer can 
afford to plant imper- 
fect grain or weed seed. 
Selling the "Racine" 
means this: You make 
a good profit on each 
sale and by saving time 
and money for your 
farmer friends and in- 
crctasing the value of 
their crops you are 
helping yourself toward 
profits on other goods 
they will need, 
andling (his mill, write us how you can get 



JOHNSON & FIELD MFG. CO. Racine, Wis. 



MVAftiilfit 


n 


Lff' .'4 I 

j — = ^ — JU^-' 


^E— L 1 1 



\\ hile this pleasing hit of perspective has 
the appellation of 

ACCEPTING A BID TO THE CIII OMEGA FORMAL 



Fgt Comfort, Style and Durability 

ask for 

Oakes Bros. Sweaters 

Made from Highest Grade Worsted Yarn. 
Sold by RALPH JONES, at the Athletic Department. 



57? 





Light Draft Plows 



WILLIAM 
PARLIN 

WILLIAM J. 
3RENDORFF 



Drag and Disc Harrows 
Corn, Cotton, Pea, Bean, 
Peanut, Kaffir and other 
Sorghum Seed Planters 
and Listers; Cultivators 
for all Crops; Truck 
Tools, Hand Carts, Beet 
Implements. 



The Parlin & Orendorff Company hart its beginning in 1842 in Canton, 
in a little corner blaeksmitli shop. Its founders lived to see it grow from that 
little shop into a mammoth factory furnishing tillage implements to the markets 
of the world. With a line of more than fourteen hundred kinds and sizes of 
implements, and with a capacity for producing two of these implements every 
minute, the P&O factory stands as a lasting monument to the achievement of 
these two sturdy pioneers. 




Parlin &Orendorff Co., Cantonjll. 



ST. LOUIS 
KANSAS CITY 



BRANCH HOUSES 
OMAHA MINNEAPOLIS DALLAS 

DENVER OKLAHOMA CITY PORTLAND 



SPOKANE 
SIOUX FALLS 



GENERAL AGENCIES 

BAKER & HAMILTON, San Francisco UTAH IMPLEMENT-VEHICLE CO., Salt Lake 

DIXON & GRISWOLD, Los Angeles 



573 



HOF-BRAU 

16-18 West Main St. 

DANVILLE, ILLINOIS 



The finest Cafe in Illinois 

Most exquisite 

Best equipped 

Cuisine of the highest order 

Sunday Table D'Hote is unsurpassed 

Prices moderate Service Best 

HOF-BRAU 

Catering Company 



574 



SPIES 


BROTHERS 


Manufacturing Jewelers and Stationers 


27 EAST MONROE STREET, CHICAGO 


JEWELRY FOR 


FRATERNITIES AND SORORITIES 


Class Stationery 


Commencement Send for Catalogue 




■M 



BURGSTON THE FEARLESS 

After an eighty-yard run (approx). 

The business manager told us he didn't care what we 
ran here. Well, neither do we. 



Telephone Franklin 2769. 



3cS Years' Experience 



Mehring & Hanson Company 

Heating, Cooling and Ventilating Systems 

Power Plants Power^Piping 

General Steamfitting 



Chicago, 111., 307-309 W.Washington St. 



Minneapolis. Minn., 113-117 No. 7th St. 




P. D. FOSTER 

PLANING MILL 

CABINET, OFFICE AND 

FURNITURE WORK 

S. Chestnut St. CHAMPAIGN, ILL. 



575 



Dearborn 
Chemical Company 

Treatment for Boiler Waters as per Analysis 

Operators of Analytical Laboratories 

Complete Analysis of Water 

Physical Testing and Analysis of Lubricating Oils 

Complete Analysis of Fuels 

Miscellaneous Analytical Work 



McCormick Building, 

ROBERT F. CARR, President 



Ch 



icago 




f'DJx r«wn" BRAND 

Dig (lUn DRESS SUITS 

To Rent 

Call and see me when you need a 

dress suit. I have all sizes. 

Phone Central 487 S- 

T. C. Sf HAFFNER 

130 North State Street, CHICAGO 



We were afraid of this when we first 
heard that that desperado, Hersman, 
was to become secretary. 



THE CASPER STOLLE 
QUARRY & CONTRACTING CO. 

ESTABLISHED 1845 

ALL SIZES CRUSHED STONE 

RIP RAP AND RUBBLE 

Limestone Dust for Soil Treatment 

GENERAL OFFICES 
CAHOKI A BUILDING, EAST ST. LOUIS. ILL. BOTH PHONES 

QUARRIES AND CRUSHERS 
STOLLE, ILL., ON I. C. R. R. TELEPHONE CONNECTIONS 



576 




LARGER YIELDS, LESS HARD WORK FOLLOW THE USE OF AULTMAN-TAYLOR 
GASOLINE-KEROSENE TRACTORS 

The rapid changes in the last ten years from hand and animal driven 
farm machines to power farming should convince you, as an agricultural student 
more than anyone else, that there is a decided advantage in tins method of 
farming. We feel sure that you will want to adopt this modern, money-making 
method in order to carry out your carefully laid plans for better farming. 

The valuable knowledge acquired at school, linked with the dependable 
power of a sturdy Aultman-Taylor Gasoline-Kerosene Tractor, will enable you 
to obtain the maximum results for your time and efforts. With an Aultman- 
Taylor Tractor you can plow deeper than is possible with horses — making a 
perfect seed bed. You can do quicker and better planting — when conditions 
are just right. You can harvest and thresh your crops in a hurry and before 
there is any waste. You can haul your crops to market with this same tractor 
when prices are most attractive. You can effect a big saving on every 
power operation on the farm, large or small. 

AULTMAN-TAYLOR GASOLINE-KEROSENE TRACTORS 
Built in three sizes: 18-36; 25-50 and 30-60 H. P. 

Not only will an Aultman-Taylor Tractor do your work quicker, cheaper 
and easier than any other available power, but it will very materially increase 
your yield by reason of your being able to do deeper plowing and better planting 
■ — at just the exact time. 

The Aultman-Taylor Tractor is far past the experimental stage. It is a 
time-tried and time-proven product. Aultman-Taylor Tractors have made good 
in every part of this and many other countries. You will want to know more 
about these tractors. 

Catalog on request — write for copy today. 

THE AULTMAN-TAYLOR MACHINERY COMPANY 

MAXSKIELD, OHIO. 
Branches : Indianapolis, Ind. ; Decatur, 111. ; Minneapolis, Minn. ; Kansas 
City, Mo.; Lincoln, Nebr. ; Wichita, Kansas; Great Falls, Mont.; Portland, 
Oregon; Spokane, Wash.; Calgary, Alta.; Begina, Sask., Canada. 



577 



Jacob Reeds Sons 



Manufacturers of 




UNIFORMS 



of 



QUALITY 

for Leading Military 

Colleges and Schools 

throughout the 

United States 



The Uniforms worn by Students of the 

University of Illinois 

are finished examples of the quality 
and appearance of our product. 

Jacob Reed's Sons 

1 424- 1 426 Chestnut Street, 
Philadelphia. 



578 



CHARLES H. BESLY 6 COMPANY 



Established 1875. 



118 to 124 North Clinton Street, 
CHICAGO, ILL. 



Incorporated 1909. 




Registered Trade Mark 



FINE TOOLS 



Machinists ', Mill and Railroad Supplies 
Seamless and Brazed Tubes in Brass 

and Copper 
Brass, Copper, Bronze and German Sil- 
ver in Sheets 
Rods and Wire 



Besly Disc Grinders 

Helmet Circles 

Helmet Cement 

Helmet Temper Taps 

Helmet Cups 

Helmet Oil 



Write for copy of our general supply catalogue, just off the press. 




I low ever, we never expected to see the 
Pi Phi's come to this even with Dot and 
Sall\- on the chapter roll. 



PREPAREDNESS 

Always has beeai our slogan — to show the best goods — the standards of quality 
in assortment to please all. Here you find the higher grade of goods in gold and 
silver — made by the oldest and most reliable makers. 

University Emblems of all kinds in sterling and 14k gold. Silver Flatware with 
seals of the University, $1.00 and up. 

WUESTEMAN 

CHAMPAIGN'S LEADING JEWELER 



579 



Go- Education 



- YOU,- an3T= 

.Wat e 




For Sale at 

the Best Stores 

Everywhere 



173 Broadway, N. Y. 



The Mecca 
Studio 

536 N. Pennsylvania Street 
Indianapolis, Ind. 

Portraits by 

Photography 



We specialize in College 
and school portraiture thruout 
Illinois, Indiana and Ohio. 



Sfgma Gbi 
Sample Room 

Successor to 
LON BRANNIGAN & CO. 



Family Entrance on Fifth Street 



(See top of page 538) 



580 



§r 

Central ( ( JUL )1 Union 



Q 



OU College Men, you Grids and Under-grads: Do you hear the 
faint tappings of elusive Opportunity as she stands just beyond the 
college gates awaiting you? She holds a cornucopia in her hand 
and it is filled with all the good things of this world. At its bottom, the 
last gift, lies Success. 

If you would secure the last gift, grasp firmly the first and use it to 
gain the others. It is faithful, ever ready, unobtrusive, tireless. 

MEN CALL IT THE TELEPHONE. 
Receivers, Central Union Telephone Company 



PRINTING BY ELECTRIC LIGHT 

Crofoot, Nielson & Co. 

BLUE PRINTERS 

BLUE PRINTING, BLACK PRINTING, BLUE LINE 

AND COLOR PRINTING 

RECTIGRAPH PHOTO PRINTS; also mounting 

Special Service Always-Speed and RESULTS. Big Floor 
Space and Equipment for Rush Orders 

1 80 W. Washington Street CHICAGO 



581 



The Home Telephone Company 



OF CHAMPAIGN COUNTY 



Man lord Savage, president 
Sanford F. Harris, Vice-President 
Franh H, Woods, treasurer 
11. T. Williamson, secretary 

H. T. Williamson, general manager 



DIRECTORS 
Man ford Savage 
Sanford K. Harris 
Frank H. Woods 
H. T. Williamson 
John W. Stipes 
Geo. M. Bennett 




Found in Catalog J of the Gibson Mandolin 
Company; This "Mandolin Orchestra Coach" 
stuff is pretty good. Al auto get along in this 
world. 



SHARP & SMITH 

Makers, Exporters mnl Importers of 

Surgical and Veterinary Instruments 
Hospital and Invalid Supplies Manicure and Pedicure Instruments 

Elastic Stockings and Supporters 

Artificial Limbs Trusses 

Deformity Apparatus, Optical and Electrical Goods 

Catalogs of any of ih< above goods sent postpaid on request. 
155-7 North Michigan Blvd. 

CHICAGO, ILLINOIS 

Two iloors iorlh of Randolph street. 
Established 1S44. Incorporated 1904. 



582 




For the Better Class 
of Cement Work 

17 OR almost twenty years CHICAGO-AA Portland Cement 
* has been used in work of all kinds and it has given satisfac- 
tion — always. 

CHICAGO-AA is a prime favorite in the better class of con- 
crete work, where bright, uniform color, as well as high quality, 
is demanded. 

Our latest publication, PARK PERMANENCE, is now 
ready for distribution. It describes by word and picture the exten- 
sive concrete work now being done in Grant Park, Chicago. This 
book is free to architects, contractors and others who are inter- 
ested in the better class of cement work. 

Chicago Portland Cement Company 

30 N. La Salle St.. Chicago 



583 



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I EUGENE DIETZGEN CO. I 



Drawing Materials 



Manufacturers 

Surveying Instruments 



Measuring Tapes 



CHICAGO NEW YORK SAN FRANCISCO NEW ORLEANS TORONTO 
PITTSBURGH PHILADELPHIA 



/i* 1 !! 1 i 'IPW 



THIS cut illustrates the Simplified-Reading feature of 
DIETZGEN Steel Measuring Tapes. The measure- 
ment is seen at a glance for in front of each inch 
number the foot number is shown. Division lines are on 
top of the ribbons — convenient to see. Cases are sub- 
stantially made — insuring service. 

Send for Tape Catalog 

The "PHILLIPS" SLIDE RULE Simplifies Your Calculations. 

Descriptive Circular on Request 



St. Louis, Mo. Agent: 



RUCKERT ARCHITECTS' SUPPLY CO. 
320-324 Merchants-Lac lede Building 



illlllllllllllllllllM 




FAITH AND OLD NOAH! 
Never mind, tho, Father's had a good ad- 
ministration so he'll probably blossom forth 
with a new Cad — like Harriet's. 



Buildings Erected for the University of Illinois 



Lincoln Hall 
Auditorium 
Woman's Building 
Agronomy Building 
Beef Cattle Building 
Ceramics Building 
Entomology Building 
Heating Plant 
Horticultural Building 
Stock Judging Pavilion 
Administration Building 



English Bros. 

Ft. C. ENGLISH E. C. ENGLISH, '02 

CONTRACTORS 
CHAMPAIGN, ILLINOIS 



584 



ESTABLISHED 28 YEARS 

Largest Exclusive Merchant 
Tailor in Chicago 



Harry G. Smucker 

40 Mentor Building 
State and Monroe Streets 

CHICAGO 



Telephone Central 706 



Moderate Best 

Prices Values 



SS5 



DICK EY MILL 

THE CELEBRATED A. P. DICKEY FARM FANS 
NEED NO INTRODUCTION 




I Ik- unsurpass- 
ed record made 
by these mills 
for the pasl sixtj 
years has given 
bhem a world- 
wide reputation 
for their simplici- 
ty, strength, ease 
of operation and 
great cleaning ca- 
pacity. 

Send for circu- 
lars a n (1 n e t 
prices to first one 
where we have no 
agent s e 1 1 i n g 
them. 



A. P, DICKEY MFG. CO., Racine, Wis. 



RUN THE INK BLOTS 
OUT OF TOWN 




GET A 

MOORE'S 

NON-LEAKABLE 
FOUNTAIN PEN 

«*lt makes neat work possible 
because it won't leak, is always 
ready to write, fills easily, with no 
inky pen end to unscrew. 

For Sale at College Book Stores 
Druggists and Stationers Everywhere 



586 



Hotel Bismarck 




Randolph St. and Fifth Ave. 






CHICAGO, ILL. 






Rooms with bath $1 .50 and up. 






Our luncheons are famous the world over. 


Our 


dinners 


and suppers unexcelled. 






The Blue Bird Room, seating 400 at tables, 


and in 


smaller 


dining rooms may be rented at reasonable terms. 








The specimen on your right, Onionola, is 
called "Kappa at the Bath" ; that is, we think 
they're Kappas — we don't know any of them, so 
you'll have to ask D. Crane and Abe Brown and 
some more of the victims. 

Our only comment is — if this is "cut-up" 
stuff, we'll take head lettuce with a thousand 
dressing and a barren island. 



B ROC HON 

FRATERNITY JEWELERS 



99 



5 SO. WABASH AVE. 



CHICAGO, ILL. 



Fraternity Jewelry, Dance Programs, Favors, Novel- 
ties, Leather Goods, Engraved Stationery 



5.S7 



BUMPER CROPS 

Must be Fed as Well as Bred 

You must have a "balanced soil Eeed ration." Most laud is too acid, too sour, and 
sour laud gives little nourishment, Many soils need only the right amount of COLUMBIA 
GROUND LIMESTONE to raise bumper crops. Don't make the mistake of using quick 
lime or hydrated lime, because while they correct acidity they also burn out the manure 
and other organic matter and destroy nitrogen. 

USE COLUMBIA GROUND LIMESTONE, RECOMMENDED BY AGRI- 
CULTURAL STATE BOARDS, COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES 

It's a sure dividend producer. You cannot afford to let another planting come 
around without positive knowledge as to whether "COLUMBIA GROUND LIMESTONE" 
is the one thing most needed to make your land yield bumper crops. Write us at once 

for free I klet giving full and trustworthy directions for soil test and many valuable 

suggestions on scientific fertilizer. 

COLUMBIA QUARRY COMPANY 

General offices Quarries 

710 Fullerton Bldg., in Illinois, near 

St. Louis, Mo. E. St. Louis 



NEARLY SIXTY YEARS 

In Active Business 

If you want accurate information regarding any branch of 
the nursery business, we are in a position to give it to you. Our 
knowledge of varieties, hardy and of merit, in this climate, is 
unlimited. We sell and plant 

Trees, Shrubs, Vines, Fruits 
and Perennials 

PETERSON NURSERY 

30 N. La Salle St. CHICAGO, ILL. 

Main 3613 



S88 




arwick 
otel 

•HillSt.Louis 



li_*S !; • ■■!i!: : = = ' ^ ev y' Fireproof! 
:::! Every room with 
[private bath, 
electric fan, 
circulating ice 
FIFTEENTH AND LOCUST STS. water) teIe P hone. 
Rates $1.50 to $3.00 JAMES E BUCHANAN 

Hotel GARAGE Opposite. President and Manager 





We just betcher you don't know whose foot this is 
— go on and guess. Nope, not Dorothy Doty's — not 
Helen Morris'. Nope, t'aint Nita Rollins' — aw, you'll 
never guess. Besides, it wouldn't do you any good to 
guess — 'cause we don't know who it belongs to any bet- 
ter than vou do. 



The Seniors at the University of Illinois 

ALWAYS GET THEIR CAPS AND GOWNS FROM ME 
932-38 Dakin Street Chicago, Illinois 

E. R. MOORE COMPANY 

"ZOM" ATTENDS TO THE DISTRIBUTION 



589 





This weird collection of misfit 
B. V. D.'s into which had been 
inserted an equally weird collec- 
tion of Sigma Nus was handed 
in by the Z Nus as funny stuff. 

Xow we don't propose to con- 
trol your every breath — go ahead 
and laugh at it. 



COMPLIMENTS OF 



THE DEISEL-WEMMER COMPANY, LIMA. 0. 

Makers of the San Felice and el verso Cigars 



We rent costumes of all types 

for your 

CIRCUS, PLAY or 

MINSTREL 

FRITZ SCHOULTZ 6 CO. 

1 9 W. Lake St. Chicago, III. 




A Fresh 

ftand-Macfo 

5/ Cigar 

Extra quality 
tobacco. 

It's a mi! J, 
fragrant 

smoke. 




591 



SPECIAL p 


C S wheels 




FOR 


PASSENGER AND ENGINE SERVICE 


HEAVY CAPACITY FREIGHT CARS 


STREET R/ 

GRIFFIN 


XILWAY SERVICE 


WHEEL CO. 


GENERAL OFFICES 


MCCORMICK 


BUILDING, CHICAGO 


FOUNDRIES 


(SACRAMENTO SQUARE DETROIT ST. PAUL KANSAS CITY 
CHICAGO STOCK YARDS DENVER TACOMA BOSTON 
(KENSINGTON LOS ANGELES 




The Goodrich Way 



Established 1856 



From CHICAGO to MILWAUKEE, 
MANITOWOC, STURGEON BAY, 
ESCANABA, MACKINAC and 
"SOO", GRAND RAPIDS, GRAND 
HAVEN, MUSKEGON, WHITE 
LAKE and MICHIGAN points 

The only year 'round Great Lakes Serv- 
ice. Travel the Goodrich Way, the money 
savin"' is worth while. 

Vacation Guides Free 



It is a foresight to plan your summer outings now. There are a score of 
wonderful lake trips. Write for our illustrated folder, "Resorts and Trips." 

GOODRICH TRANSIT COMPANY 

Docks Foot Michigan Ave., Chicago. City office, 58 W. Adams St., Chicago. 



592 



Renting of Caps and Gowns to 
Graduating Classes a Specialty 

E. R. MOORE 
Company 

Makers of 

Collegiate Caps, Gowns 
and Hoods 

Originators of 

Moore's Official High School 
Cap and Gown 

932-938 Dakin Street 
CHICAGO, ILLINOIS 



If you want clean linen, that is 
our business. See E. T. Colton, 
Agent, 401 E. John, St. 


The 


Model 


Laundry 


137 N. 


Walnut Street. 


DANVILLE, ILLINOIS 




A LITTLE SUMMER SCHOOL PARTY. 

Of the three young devils on the left, we will 
say nothing; they are just the kind that one expects 
would willingly pose for a picture, no matter what 
the conditions. 

Of the young person on the right, well, she 
looks quite decapitated. Now wait — we'll explain : 
You know on the rear of train engines it says — 
Cap. 15,000 gals. — Well now, if we suppose her cap. 
to be 15,000 gals. — we'd say she'd had about 16,500. 



Telephone, Wentworth 722. 



Established 1886. 



DAVIS & KREEGER 

Decorators and Contractors 

In Painting and Glazing 



211-213 W. 63d St. 



Chicago, 111. 



593 




THE TIM I'SI CAB— 

Page Mr. Siemens, Mr. Andrews, Mr. Yarner 
and Mr. Potter. 




Just a Sip 



from a cup of coffee per- 
colated electrically, and 
you will at once recog- 
nize its excellence. 

An Electric 
Coffee Percolator 

will prove most desirable to have for many occa- 
sions and is delightfully convenient. Ideal for 
every day usage. 
f i X ^'" best makes only are solel here. 



A PRESENTATION of Electric Lamps of 
unusual interest, among which are displayed 
some exclusive creations, assures patrons a wide 
latitude for selection- 



Descriptive literature on Electrical Appliances gladly sent. 

Electric Shop — Chicago 



72 WEST 
ADAMS STREET 



JACKSON AND 
MICHIGAN BLVDS. 



594 



ILLINOIS CENTRAL 



THE PANAMA LIMITED TO NEW ORLEANS 

An all-steel train of the highest grade, leaving Chicago and St. Louis daily. Also the "New 
Orleans Special," a daily steel train. 

CUBA, PANAMA, TEXAS AND CALIFORNIA 

First-class S. S. service from New Orleans: sailings to Havana, Cuba, every Saturday via steam- 
ships of the United Fruit Co., and the Southern Pacific Steamship line; sailings of the United 
Fruit Co.'s "Great White Fleet," under the American flag, twice a week to Panama (Saturdays 
via Havana, Wednesdays, direct); also sailings every Thursday to Central American ports. 
Illinois Central service to New Orleans, including through tourist sleeping car to California via 
the Southern Route — New Orleans and the Southern Pacific — leaving Chicago and St. Louis 
every Monday; double daily standard sleeping car service from Chicago to Houston and San 
Antonio, Texas, via New Orleans. Cuba also reached from Key West in connection with the 
Central's "Seminole Limited" to Jacksonville, Fla. 

SEMINOLE LIMITED TO JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA 

All-steel train of most modern type to Florida daily from Chicago and St. Louis via Birmingham, 
making connections at Jacksonville for all Florida points, including Port Tampa and Key West, 
from which cities to Havana, Cuba, steamship service is maintained (daily except Sunday from 
the latter and tri-weekly from the former). 

TO THE NORTH AND WEST FROM CHICAGO 

Complete and comprehensive train service, including steel trains, is maintained to Minneapolis 
and St. Paul, Council Bluffs and Omaha, Sioux City and Sioux Falls, and Rockford. Freeport, 
Dubuque, Waterloo and Ft. Dodge, the service from the South being so arranged as to make 
comfortable connections with trains leaving for the north and west. 
For further information, specific train time, descriptive literature, etc., write or call upon 



H. J. PHELPS 

General Passenger Agent 
Chicago, Illinois 



S. G. HATCH 

Passenger Traffic Manager 



G. H. BOWER 

General Passenger Agent 
Memphis, Tennessee 







A Real Elevating' Plant 

Hart Bucket 

Elevator 

For installation in cribs 
and warehouses. Handles 
grain, coal and many oth- 
^er materials. 



LIART PORTABLE GRAIN ELEVATOR 

(Cut at right) 
Handles all kinds of grain. If interested in 
elevators, catalogs, building plans, etc., will 
be gladly furnished. 

Hart Grain Weigher Co. 

PEORIA, ILLINOIS 




595 



THE 

MORSE TWIST DRILL 
AND MACHINE CO. 

OF 

New Bedford, Mass. 

makers for 

Fifty Years 

OF 

Fine Machine Tools 

Drills, reamers, taps, cutters, 
sockets, eli neks, arbors, dies, man- 
drels, grinding machinery, etc. 

Catalog on Request. 



FINE INKS and ADHESIVES 
For those who KNOW 

HIGr GUNS' 




Drawing Inks 
Eternal Writing Ink 
Engrossing Ink 
Taurine Mucilage 
Photo Mounter Paste 
Drawing Board Paste 
Liquid Paste 
Office Paste 
Vegetable Glue, Etc. 



An- the Finest and Best Inks and Adhesives 

Emancipate yourself from the use of cor- 
rosive and ill-smelling inks and adhesives and 
adopt the Iliggins' Inks and Adhesives. They 
will he a revelation to you, they are so sweet, 
clean, well put up, and withal so efficient. 

At Dealers Generally. 

Chas. M. Higgins & Co., Mfrs. 

(Branches: Chicago, London). 
271 Ninth Street. Brooklyn, N. Y. 



ADVERTISEMENT 

datmita f hi ?leta 

At Home 

1002 California Avenue 

Sunday, February 6, 19 1 6 

Three to six 

Did you ever see them anywhere else? 



Havoline Oil 

"It makes a difference" 

SOLD EVERYWHERE 
If your local dealer or garage can't supply you, order from our nearest distri- 
buting station or direct from 

INDIAN REFINING CO., 17 Battery Place, New York 



Royal A. Stipes 

SAND AND GRAVEL 
COAL 

1 8 N. Walnut St. Champaign, 111. 

Phones, Auto 1 754, Bell 2 I 5 Yards, Champaign and Urbana 



Abernathy: 



Studi 



10 



53 North Walnut Street 



597 



LYRIC THEATRE 

PROGRAM CHANGED DAILY 

PRESENTING 

HIGH CLASS FEATURE PHOTO PLAYS 



"l/.LS.E. 



"WILLIAM FOX" W°K± D JJ L M 



CORPORATION 



Features Deluxe Features Supreme j Features Every 

every 

) Every 

Monday and Thursday and 

Friday WEDNESDAY Saturday 

Matinee 2-5:30 p.m. ADMISSION lUC - Evening 7 10:30 p.m. 



Coffee Roasters Telephones 

Importers Private Exchange All Depts. 

Manufacturers Superior 

7970-797 1 -797-'-7973-7974 
Automatic 32-332 



B. A. Railton & Co. 

Wholesale Grocers 

373-405 West Erie Street 

Chicago, Illinois 



598 




*/ll 



Tennis Strings 



Have your tennis racket re-strung 
now. Our department, especially 
equipped for this very necessary work, 
gives prompt service, high class work- 
manship, and furnishes best material. 

We prepay parcel post charges. 



Use Armour's Music Strings 



We are leading manufacturers of highest 
grade strings for violin, cello, double bass, harp 
and banjo. Always ask for Armour's Quality 
Brand. Write for particulars. 

ARMOUR ^COMPANY 

String Department, 
Chicago, 111. 




Yes, gentle reader, this couple are hiding 
their faces, thereby playing a joke on the Illio 
staff photographer. Well, who wouldn't — we 
might even go farther and say, who hasn't 
hidden their face while sitting on the Sigma 
Kappa porch? 



Wall Paper, Paints, Window Glass, Mouldings 

PRICE QUALITY -SERVICE 
Bacon Brothers Champaign, 111. 



599 



JANUARY 25, 8 P. M. 

The president of the Student Coun- 
tii takes advantage of the warm weather 
to get out his oil can and eliminate the 
nqueaks in the 1 "i Phi swing. Later: All 
the bysnoopers enjoyed the spectacle 
beaucoup. 



Established 1856 

MARINER 

AND 

HOSKINS 

CHEMISTS AND 
ENGINEERS 

2009 Harris Trust Building 
111 West Monroe St., Chicago, III. 

Analyses and assays. 

Consultation and advice on the ap- 
plication of chemistry to industrial 
problems. 

Special facilities for research, de- 
velopment of new processes, improve- 
ment and economy of production and 
operation. Reports on new enterprises 
and processes. 



Robert 0. Law Company 

Book Binders 

633-641 PLYMOUTH COURT 

CHICAGO 

WE BOUND THE ILLIO 

We Specialize on College Annuals 

Dummies and I 'rices Furnished on Application. 



SIMPLIFIED 




Engineers, contractors, etc., who want the latest 
and most simple fan construction and design, should get 
full data on our new Seri-Vane Impulse Fan. 

New principle — more air delivery — and guaranteed. 
Our catalogue is ready. 

THE NEW YORK BLOWER COMPANY 



General Offices: 
25th Place and Stewart Ave. 
Chicago, 111. 



Works 
Bucyrus, Ohio 



(,m 



Always 
The BesT: 



\4Z4/U<i^ 



fANDlE^ 



When you send a box 

of candy 

send our famous 



jLS^ Chocolates 

60c lb. 



Packed carefully to ship 
anywhere 



D. E. HARRIS 

608 E. Green 

CHAMPAIGN, ILL. 



A. Metzler 6 Co, 



Fraternity and Society Jewelry. 
(Its not worth much, but there's a 
lot of it). 

"See my prominent vest display." 



'It Pays to Advertise.' 



After You Graduate 

and open your own offices, let us know 
your address. We like to co-operate 
with the young Architect or Engineer 
who is endeavoring to establish him- 
self. 

POST'S 

Dependable Supplies for 
Architects and Engineers 

will second your every effort to pro- 
duce perfect work. You are already 
familiar with some of them through 
your University courses; there are 
many others described and priced in 
our Catalog which we shall be glad to 
send free to your address. Write for 
it today. 

The Fredrick Post Co. 

Los Angeles CHICAGO San Francisco 



602 



A. M. Burke, Pres. E. I. Burke, Vice-Pres. C. L. Maxwell, Cashier 



€Ik €ttt}tm 




tate JSantt 



Your business is desired and we are 
disposed to grant you every consis- 
tent favor. 



Neil and Taylor Streets. CHAMPAIGN, ILLINOIS 



(New) 

Southern Hotel 

CHICAGO 



on 



Michigan Boulevard 

and 13th Street 

ONLY 

ONE BLOCK FROM I. C. STATION 

Special Rates to Students 

New and Fireproof 

W. C. Keeley, Prop. & Mgr. 



603 



To the Alumnae and Undergraduates 

of the University of Illinois 

We wish t'> extend <mr congratulations, both on the high standard required in your 
(lasses and the excellent equipment throughoul the buildings of your University. We 
take great pride in the fact that it lias been <mr privilege to furnish a portion of this 
equipment. 

CENTRAL SUPPLY COMPANY 

Indianapolis, Ind. Plumbing and Heating Specialties. 



ANNOUNCEMENTS 

The grand president of KAPPA SIGMA wishes to announce that they still 
have a chapter here at Illinois that runs it's own house and everything. 

Who'd have thought it ? 

KAPPA ALPHA THETA wishes in announce that they have prospects 
for a (/()<)(/ freshman class next year. 



BEARDSLEY HOTEL 

COMBINATION CLUB BREAKFASTS 

As the demand seems to be growing for a lower priced meal, we have decided to 
institute on February 1st, combination breakfasts from 25c to 65c, and discontinue our 
present American Plan breakfast altogether. 

BUSINESS MEN'S LUNCHEONS (Week Days) 
We shall also on February 1st discontinue our present American Plan Luncheon, 
and in its place serve a Business Men's Luncheon at 40c to everyone, by they guest or 
outsider. This opportunity we grant as there seems to be a strong demand both locally 
and among the traveling public for a cheaper noon day rate. 

DINNER (Week Days) 

On and after February 1st we shall abolish the 75c rate altogether and serve 
dinner to both room guests and outsiders at 50c each person. We hope this will popu- 
larize our evening meal, and incidently it will give our guests an opportunity to entertain 
their customers at their rate. 

This change of plan in the dining room will be put to a test and if found popular 
it will be continued, particularly so if it pleases a greater number than at the present 
rate. In the near future we will run a modified a la carte bill, serving practically every- 
thing except delicacies, specializing particularly on steaks and chops. 

Remember, we have music with our evening meal each night. 

SUNDAYS AND HOLIDAYS 
Combination breakfasts will be served Sunday morning at the regular hours, but 
we will substitute our former American Plan Sunday dinner and Sunday evening meal 
instead of our new week day luncheons and dinners. Inasmuch as the Sunday and holi- 
day meals will be more or less elaborate, the charge will be 75 cents each meal. Both 
of these meals will be greatly enhanced by music rendered by the Beardsley orchestra. 

BEARDSLEY HOTEL CO. 



The Utmost in Photographic 
Portraiture 



HE portraiture accomplished 
by the Aristo Studio has so 
distinctly the artistic touch 
that betokens the distinguished and 
distinctive that even the uninformed 
instantly recognize its beauty. : : 




Each Aristo portrait is the result of 
the same study of the subject char- 
acteristics as the painted likeness by 
a master craftsman. : : : : : 



The Aristo Studio 

Howard F. Duncan 

Photographer 

5 1 4 E. Green street 



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The Young§ Women's 

Christian 

Association 



OF THE 



University of Illinois 



WHAT THE Y. W. C. A. HAS 

Room and Board Accom- 
modations for 40 girls. 
Assembly Room 
Reading and Social Rooms 
Committee Rooms 
Bowling Alleys 
Offices 



Your Support will be Appreciated 
Address the Secretary Y. W. C. A. 

801 South Wright Street Champaign, Illinois 



CM 



HSliMlllllllU^JI'tlit^Jl'lilMlllB 


Now Ready 

;n 

Service 

• 


Our Handsome New Store 

A Cordial Welcome For 
All University Men and Worn* 

Quality W.L ewis 3 Co 

Value 



ANNOUNCEMENTS 

Harry Darby and Fish I [all, the Phi Delt bar rlys, wish to announce that they 
are in the market for one date before they graduate. 

Applicants inquire of Ray Grantz, social manager. 

Delta Tan Delta and Phi Kappa Psi wish to announce that the marriage of 
Sister Brinkerhoff to Buddy Guilliams will take place sometime during the sum- 
mer session. 



WE SUGGEST 



Companion Brand 

Fruits and vegetables. This brand will satisfy the demand for food products 
of good reliable quality, at a reasonable price. 

Ask Your Grocer For Companion Goods. 

OAKFORD &, FAHNESTOCK 

PEORIA, ILLINOIS 



607 



The Photo Art Shop 

Portraits by Photography 




mum 



ZINC ETCHINGS HALFTONES 
... COLOH PLATES _■. 



CHAMPAIGN ILLINOIS 



A. H. FETTING 



Manufacturer of 



Greek Letter 

Fraternity Jewelry 



No. 213 N.Liberty St. 
BALTIMORE, MD. 

Factory No. 2 1 2 Little Sharp St. 




M* HE 



USER- 



BUSc/y 




^W TRADE MARK- 



A Liquid Food Tonic 

For Young and Old 

Sold by 

Druggists and Grocers 



£iti Sh=* a » 



l-i-'t-tAA. l^U^_^<M 









We would suggest that Airs. Stoll 
extend some congratulations to her son 
instead of Helen's prescription. Still, 
there is no accounting for the turn of 
youthful fancy. 



JOHN H. DOYLE 

STOVES, HARDWARE AND TINWARE, Malleable Ranges, Radiant Home Furnaces 



BOTH PHONES 



CHAMPAIGN, ILLINOIS 



O'BYRNE TRANSFER & STORAGE CO. 

Office opposite Illinois Central Depot. 
Branch offices: Chesley & Co., Tite Wads, F. G. Marshall. 



609 



ESTABLISHED 1818 



entltmmv l^rnisliing &oatsi, 

MADISON AVENUE COR. FORTY-FOURTH STREET 
NFW YORK 




Everything for Men's and Boys' Wear 

Clothing, Furnishings, Hats and Shoes 

Trunks, Bags and Traveling Kits 

BOSTON BRANCH Send fur Illustrated NEWPORT BRANCH 

149ThemontStheet Catalogue 220 Bellevue Avenue 



Foreman's 

Quality 
Clothes 

63 to 67 W. Washington St. 
CHICAGO 

Headquarters for College Clothes 
ready to walk out in. 

Price Range $20 
and up 




WATER SPORTS NEAR GILMAN 

This is just about what we expected from you, 
Raymo, but we are a bit surprised at Dorothy. We 
would sure like to see you here, Charles. 



CHAMPAIGN BOTTLING WORKS 

61 CHESTER STREET 

SODAS 

ALL FLAVORS 
SIPHONS, GINGER ALE, ETC, GAS IN DRUMS 

M. MAHER, Proprietor bell phone 95 



611 





CHICAGO BRIDGE & IRON WORKS 

ELEVATED STEEL TANKS 

AND STANDPIPES 

For Municipal, Railroad and Factory Service. 
Chicago, 111., 37 W. Van Buren St. 
New York, N. Y., No. 30 Church St. 
Dallas, Texas, Praetorian Building. 
Greenville, Pa., 117 Pine St. 
Offices: Monticello, Fla., box 367. 

Charlotte, N. C, 501 Realty Building. 
Bridgeburg, Ont., 123 Janet St. 
Seattle, Wash., L. C. Smith Building. 
Los Angeles, Cal., 309 Union Oil Building. 
San Francisco, Cal., 753 Monadnock Building. 
Salt Lake City, Utah, 1026 Kearns Building, 
Detroit, .Mich., 326 Ford Building. 

■ = Chicago, Illinois. 




\ 




^gl^Ma .- iu)| s . i ii crm 11 ic, r euiusy ivania i i 1 1 i sum un i nsi i ic 1 i 
Bridgeburg, Ontario, Canada. 





WHY EDITORS TAKE BICHLORIDE OF MERCURY 

What kind of a book arc you going to have this year? 

Will it be out on time? 

I tow arc the ails coming? 

Can I be of any assistance? 1 have an hour off next week. 

Is there going to be any tiling in the mast section about me? 

Did voti leave out my middle name the way I asked you to last summer? 

Do you expect to come out ahead? 

Now much money would I have made if I had gotten on the staff? 

The copy I handed in last fall was all wrong. Is it too late to change it? 

How did my picture come out? You didn't use that picture 1 had taken two 
years ago, did you ? 

Would you take the job again if you had the chance? 

I don't care what you put in the roast section about me, but you'd better leave 
my girl's name out of there. 

The Illio must be prosperous, I see you have a new pair of shoe strings. 
(Remarks such as this one are considered very clever by some of our best college 
wits ). 

Who is really writing the roast section this year? 





3 per cent paid 


on time deposits 




The 


Urbana 


Banking 


Co. 


Capital $100,000 


Responsibility $1,000,000 




URBANA, 


ILLINOIS 





III.' 




THE FRIENDS YOU MAKE AND 
THE FRIENDSHIPS YOU TAKE 
WITH YOU MAKE UP 
"COLLEGE LIFE" 



On the campus, at the class or fraternity dinner, and the annual prom, away 
from the routine of the class room or the quiet of the study — there is where 
you really learn to know one another. 

The department managers of Hotel La Salle understand the things that make 
for success when college men and women dine or dance. Our co-operating with 
your entertainment committees is a pleasure to us and means that your parties 
will he up to the standard of Hotel La Salle — successful in every way. 



Parties of ten, or parties of twelve hundred 
dinners or dances, for the equipment of Hotel 1 
beautiful rooms : 

Louis XVI Hall Room — 750 persons at a 
|)anquet ; 800 persons dancing. 

Red Room — 350 persons at a banquet; 400 
persons dancing. 

East Room — 100 persons at a banquet; 150 
persons dancing. 



can be easily accommodated at 
La Salle include- the following 



The Illini consider Hotel I. a Salle their Chi- 
cago headquarters. 



Chicago's Finest Hotel 
La Salle, at Madison Street. 

Ernest J. Stevens, Vice- President and Manager. 







613 



Flanigan-Pearson Co. 



Champaign, Illinois 



The Illio Printers 



Our Shop is so equipped that we can 
handle any thing from the smallest an- 
nouncement to a 700 page College 
Annual. 



Same satisfaction and personal atten- 
tion given all our customers. 



614 



THE UNIVERSITY DRUG STORE 



GREEN STREET PHARMACY 



B. E. SPALDING. PROP. 



COR. GREEN AND 6TH ST 



MARCH 21 st. 

Harrx Darby an' Red Burgston announce candidacy for President of Stu- 
dent Union. 

Sentiment of Illio staff is expressed in the appearance of "sweet little Red" 
in IN THE SLIME LIGHT. 




Popular 
Priced 
Tailoring 

appeals to the young men and to the men 
who want the best and who are willing to pay a 
fair price for what they buy. 
Clothes tailored by 

A.E.ANDERSON & CO. 

CHICAGO 

are the right kind at the right price. 

The assortment of new woolens for the 
Spring season is full of attractive novelties and 
the new style in coats will appeal to college men 
on account of the exclusiveness in cut which gives 
individuality to the wearer. 

Fred G. Marshall 

Tailoring and Furnishings. 
Bradley Arcade. Champaign. 



615 





Servceabiility - Reliability 
Adaptability 

arc characteristic of "American" Cen- 
trifugal and Deep Well Pumps. 

They meet the widest ranges oi 
pumping conditions, tor the reason 
that they are made in so many differ- 
ent types arid sizes, well designed and 
well built. 

Catalogs will be Eurnished on re- 
quest. 

The American Well Works 

General Office and Works, 

AURORA, ILL.. U. S. A. 

Chicago Office: First National Rank 
Building. 




LIFE'S LITTLE IRRITATIONS 
The D. G.'s Tin Foil. 
Dutch and Helen. 
Fiero. 

The Fi Gam playfulness. 
Ken Brown. 
Betsy Ewer. 
Sorority Chaperones. 
Timmie Colton. 



YY/L y. University men are 
11V -' 1 ^ always welcome— 
whether they come to idle a breath- 
ing space between classes or to 
select that new hat— where they are 
fitted with the best things to wear, 
honest goods at reasonable prices— 
where they always feel at home — 

That is Zom's 

Roger Zombro 
Green street 



616 



Hotel Orlando 

FIRE PROOF 

DECATUR, ILLINOIS 




FORMAL DINNER PARTIES A SPECIALTY 
90 MINUTES FROM CHAMPAIGN 




200 ROOMS 
WITH BATH 

FRED VANORMAM 
Gen. Mgr. 



EUROPEAN 
$1.50 PER DAY and UP 

HARRY W. VANORMAN 

Res. Mgr. 



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THE WABASH RAILWAY COMPANY 

Modern steel trains to Kansas City, St. Louis, Chicago, Toledo, Detroit, Buffalo, 
Niagara Falls, New York, Boston. 
Standard and Tourist sleepers, Parlor and Dining Cars, Free Chair Cars, 
For information regarding tickets, fares or sleeping car space apply to 

C. H. SANSOM, Agent, Champaign, III. 
O. O. STRICKLAN, Agent, Urbana, III. 



618 



CLOSING TIME AT THE LIBRARY 

Eive eager Pi Eis coming out the door, 
Along came a Phi Psi and then there 

were four. 
Four giggling maidens craning necks to 

see, 
Along came a Phi Delt and then there 

were three. 
Three smiling co-eds, down the ste]^ 

they flew. 
Along came a Beta and then there were 

two. 
Two hopeful maidens, yearning for 

some fun, 
Along came the rest of the Alpha Delt 
Chapter, and a good time was enjoyed by 
ill at the Arcade on a nickel. 



Furniture 

of Style and 
Character 



Well made by first class workmen, 
gives satisfaction for many years. 
That's the kind we sell. 

We frame pictures anil sell rugs 
and linoleums as well. 



C. A. KILER 

24-20 Main St. Champaign, III. 



Western Brick Co. 

Danville, Illinois 

Capacity 100,000,000 per annum 

ARTISTIC MEDIUM PRICED 

FACE BRICK, HOLLOW BRICK, PARTITION AND 

AND FLOOR TILE 

EXCLUSIVE MANUFACTURERS OF 

"DORIC" AND "GOTHIC" 

STIPPLED FACE BRICK 



619 



Bell Phone 972 Auto Phone 2139 

CHAS. E. MUELLER 

MOVING, TRANSFER AND PACKING 

SHIPPING AND STORAGE 

COAL AND KINDLING 

Prompt Attention Given and Satisfaction Guaranteed. 
OFFICE: 120 SOUTH NEIL STREET CHAMPAIGN, ILLINOIS 



FTank Hager, Tommy Thompson, and Milt Silver comprising 

KAPPA DEUTERON CHANGE 

of 

THETA DELTA CHI 

Announce to the student body that they will repair the damage done by last year's 
senior class, and will remodel with the policy of 

MANAGERS AT ANY COST 



V. Mueller and Company 

Makers of Instruments 

for the Specialist in every branch of Medicine and Surgery 

Apparatus for the relief of deformities, Sick 
Room Supplies, Hospital Furniture and 
Equipment, X-Ray and laboratory appa- 
ratus. 

1171-1781 

Ogden Avenue \J ^ \J CHICAGO 



620 




Hyde Park Hotel 




«1 31 




1 5> gj of 

r|pfesrsBfes?3s.' 



Hyde Park Boulevard 
and Lake Avenue. 



Chicago 



Overlooking Lake 
Michigan. 



Absolutely Fireproof 



Has the most elaborate facilities for dances, banquets, and 
other functions of any hotel on the South Side. 
University Banquets Solicited. 



Going to use 

Portland Cement? 

You can always be sure of getting the best grade cement if you 
look for two things — the name 

Marquette Portland Cement 

and the zig zag tag; it means tested and guaranteed. You'll 
find the tag on every bag of Marquette Portland Cement. 

"As lasting as the pyramids.,' 

Marquette Cement Mfg. Co. 

Chicago, 111. 



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The Third Street Bakery and Delicatessen 

604 South Third Street, Just off Green 

CAFETERIA IN CONNECTION 

The Little Shop With the Big Eats 

C. A. OSTRAND, proprietor 



Editors 1 Note: 

\\ e're not active members of this organization ourselves, and so don't feel 
quite this hitter, hut this is the way our Helmets feel, we guess. 

Alone, alone, all, all alone. 

Alone on a lle'met floor. 

Stood Gyp the Gaul, with head of bone, 

Crusty, cocky, asinine boor! 



Mabel Sykes 

Photographer 

Chicago 



LET US MAKE YOUR SENIOR CLASS PHOTOGRAPHS 
FOR THE NEXT ILLIO. 



622 



Finish Your Education 



With the help of a 



New York Life Policy 



Mr. Woolman 



612 E. Green 




THIS IS "YOUR DEPENDABLE JEWELER" 

TCTD pT'Q one reason for our great University trade — this is a friendly store that 
~t people like to come to just to see what interesting things we're going 

to do next. We don't like to stop at just having dependable goods — we make it 
enjoyable to trad ■ here. "your dependable jeweler" 



WATCH OUR 

'Special Sales' 

WINDOW 



JOS. C. BOWMAN 

JEWELER AND SILVERSMITH 

(First corner north of City Building on Neil) 



"THE 

FRIENDLY 

STORE" 



623 



Before You Buy a Tractor 

be sure I" investigate the Parretl thoroughly. Find out for yourself what results 
other farmers are having with the Parrett. If you arc thinking of buying a tractor, 
just <lm|i us a line and we will send you a number ^i farmer's names — owners oi 
Parrett Tractors, t" whom you can write, and ask anything vou wish to know. 
Their experiences are the safest guides you can follow in deciding which tractor 
to buy. 



SPEAKS FOR ITSELF" 



ONE MAN 



ALL PURPOSE 



The Parrett All-PurposoTrnrtor has been 
designed on practical, common-sense lines, 

not thrown tonvther to meet a price. It is unusually simple in constroe- 
tion, light in weight, and best of all. strictly a one-man outfit. Ihe 
frame is strongly constructed of 7-inch chanm 1 steel. Has 4-cylir.d i 
motor mounted horizontally across the frame giving a powerful, simple, 
direct drive which makes it possible to go where others dare not at- 
tempt. Three-point suspension of the frame and high front wheels 
assrres easy running, great flexibility over uneven surfaces and short 
turning features. The Parrett pulls three 11-inch bottom plows on a 
otraignt line pull without any side draft, 
and will do the work of eight to ten horses. 
it Eurn'shes 10-horsepoweron the draw -1 ar. 
20 to 25 horsepower on the be It fcr i 11 sta- 
tionary uses. 

WRETE TODAY 

for our biff, illustrated catalog 
folder. It mil ahow you exactly 

how this v..>nd<-rful triictor is 
built from the ground up- 



PARRETT TRACTOR CO. 

',302 -'09 Fisher Bldg. 
W.lcaso. U. S. A. 



mm. 



Waiter — Six more kegs of Bock, 
And see you make it snappy, 

Approaches now good Eddie Block, 
And we must keep him happy. 



*. 



Mr. Dollar Bill" 



will press four suits 

of clothes to suit the girls 

and give you ten shines 

which will defy the inspecting 

officer if invested at 

WOODIE'S PLACE 



We'll call for the clothes, and you can wear the shoos down to 504 E. Green Street. 



CoroNA 

FOLDING TYPEWRITER 



Weight, Six Pounds. 



The ideal writing ma- 
chine for University work. 
Compact and efficient, and 
ever ready to do its share 
of the work laid out. 




The 1916 Corona has a 
number of improvements 
over previous models. Its 
adoptions by U. S. Govern- 
ment as the official field 
typewriter proves its 
worth. 



Full width, Universal keyboard, visible writing, two- 
color ribbon, back spacer, margin release on left and 
right sides, positive double line lock, 
ball bearing carriage, 

COMPLETE WITH CARRYING CASE $50.00 



CORONA TYPEWRITER SALES COMPANY 

12 South La Salle Street, 

CHICAGO 

Champaign Representative, SAM'L ABRAMS, 612 E. Green Street. 



62S 




Catering to those 
who apprec iate 
the best in 
photography 



BOTH PHONES 
208 N. NEIL STREET, CHAMPAIGN, ILL. 



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Gifts for Every Occasion 

Our little shop will help you solve 
this problem: "What shall I give?" 

LATEST IDEAS IN JEWELRY— EVERYTHING NEW 

Watch and Jewelry Repairing 

in charge of our expert. 
MODERATE CHARGES 

RAY L BOWMAN JEWELRY CO. 

MISS RAY L. BOWMAN, Manager 
New Hamilton Building CHAMPAIGN 




A Cable-Made 



P 



Is a Good 
lano Investment 



You couldn't possibiy lie as critical of these instruments as we ourselves are. You 
will examine carefully the beautiful woods of the case to see if there is anywhere a 
flaw. You will have the piano turned around to see how solid and staunch the back. 
You will test the tone- -first softly, then by forcing it, and you will strike rapidly, con- 
tinuously, a single key to determine how responsive the action. That's all good as 
far as it goes, but 

In the Cable Factories Twenty-Four Experts Inspect Each Piano 

during the various stages of its construction. The many parts inside and out of your 
sight have all been in very plain sight to these inspectors. No detail has escaped 
their eye. That is why Cable-made Pianos wear well, sound well — and in a word 

— SATISFY. 



CABLE 

MADE 

PIANOS 



CONOVER Pianos 
CABLE Pianos 
KINGSBURY Pianos 
WELLINGTON Pianos 
CARIOLA INNER PLAYER Pianos 
EUPHONA Plaver-Pianos 



If unable to call, write today for our Factory Art Catalogs 

They are free 

"Your Money's Wcrth or Your Money Bach'' 



THE CABLE COMPANY. 



Wabash and Jackson 



CHICAGO 



627 



MUNHALL 
PRINTING 
HOUSE 

1 7 Taylor Street 

Champaign 

Society and Business 

Printing and Embossing 

ALWAYS THE NEWEST AND 

LATEST 



King Joy Lo 

THE most beautiful 
and World fam- 
ous Chinese Restaurant 



57 W. Randolph Street 

Cor. Dearborn St., 

Chicago, III. 

Phone Central 6876 



ONLY HIGH CLASS 
ENTERTAINMENTS 

The ideal meeting place for col- 
lege students. 



"What's in a name?" queried the young man with a practical eye, as he 
turned over the pages labelled "Beauty Section." 

Why did the Alpha Delts, after losing their distinguished "son" have to set 
forth to the community a new object of sympathetic pity — the good old mansion 
that has seen better days. 



USE 

Twin City Creamery Butter 



PURE 



PASTEURIZED 



WHOLESOME 



Twin City Creamery Co. 

CHAMPAIGN. ILLINOIS 



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Billiards and Pocket Billiards 

We extend a cordial welcome to the Uni- 
versity of Illiuois men who demand the best 
playing conditions — first class tables and 
equipment in an atmosphere of quiet refine- 
ment. 

Arcade Billiard Parlor 

DEWEY NEWMAN, Prop. S. A. EHRMAN, Manager 

Bradley Arcade 



YOU'U KNOW YOU ARE 



WELL DRESSED 



IK YOU WKAR 



KUPPENHEIMER STYLE PLUS 

CLOTHES CLOTHES $17 



L. HOLTZ & SON 
ROCHESTER MAKE 



Champaign's Largest \I IS A 1 I P"M A N The store that 

Clothier since L879 | J lyl | \ -\1j ,7V *-,**¥>» &TV serves you best 



HUNTER. ROURKE & CO. 

The Lumber, Mill and Coal People 
"Let us figure vour bills" 

Pianino; Mill and Dry Kiln in Connection 
Urbana. Illinois 



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"A good name is rather to 
be chosen than great riches." 



-SOLOMON 



We believe this old proverb, not only because the wtsest man , 
.I, ,ave utterance to it, but because it has been proven t. 



an in the history 

ime and time 



of the race gave utter 

yeain in the modern world of business. 



mg 



For instance, what value, in dollars and cent, would you consider the follow 
NAMES, worth to the corporations winch they represent. 



STEINWAY 

SHONINGER 

VICTOR 

EASTMAN 

SCRIBNER 

UNDERWOOD 

SPAULDING 

DENNISON 

CONKLIN 



LYON & HEALY 

EDISON 

WASHBURN 

BAUSCH & LOMB 

HARPER 

KEUFFEL&ESSER 

WATERMAN 
RAPHAEL TUCK 
and many others. 



^e a re GOOD NAMES^ , weU ^'^^.^t 

s-ribe our GOOD NAME to theirs, a name known to ever} H-i-iA 
for the past 40 YEARS as THE UNIVERSITY 



SUPPLY DEALER. 



Champaign 
Illinois. 






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TYPEWRIFE the NEW WAY 

80 to ICO Words a Minute Guaranteed 

Totally new system. Based on Gymnastic Fin- 
ger Training! Brings amazing speed — perfect 
accuracy — BIG SALARIES. Easy for anyone. 
First day shows results. Learn while work- 
ing. 

48 Page Book Free- ;!,'-;-•- §! f es f*; 

ters from hundreds with salaries doubled and 
trebled. A revelation as to speed and salary 
possible to tvpists. Postal will do, but write 
today— NOW. 

Tulloss School of Typewriting 

4 COLLEGE HILL, SPRINGFIELD, OHIO 



When You Want Expert Work 

THINK OF US 
We do all kinds of cleaning, pressing 
and repairing. We guarantee all our 
work and solicit a share of your patron- 
age. Work called for and delivered. 
.Makers of classy clothes fully guaran- 
teed in every way. Ask any one who 
wears LOSSE suits. 

Pitsenbarger & Flynn 

THE TAILORS WITH A 

CONSCIENCE. 

612 E. Green St. Bell phone 1967. 



ILLINOIS PRESSING SHOP 



No time limit on t'ekets. 



(Successor to Dick's Place) 
Four suits pressed for $1.00. 

Phones: Bell 2250, Auto 2264 



510 EAST GREEN STREET 



Lime for building purposes and for all agricultural purposes. Write 

The Ohio & Western Lime Company 

HUNTINGTON, INDIANA 



Brick is the Most Durable 




and satisfactory of all road or street paving 
materials. A street or road paved with "Dan- 
ville'' deep shale paving block is the nearest 
approach to a permanent highway. The Dixie 
highway (35 miles) as it passes through Ver- 
milion county, Illinois, is to be built wholly 
of brick. Sixty miles of the heaviest traveled 
roads of the Vermilion County system are 
already built or are to be built of brick — 
Sixty miles of brick highways radiating from 
the center of Danville. Smooth, durable, 
artistic, economic. 



Pave with 'Danville' Brick 



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"ROCKSIE" 



Some incidents of College life are naturally forgotten, but the recol lection of the 




still lingers among "pleasant memories' 



BEAUTY STATU ).\ EXHIBIT 

Original, life-like productions will be on display at the Ellio office during the 
remainder of the year. The management will dispose of these to legible parties 
tor a "suitably compensation." Previous acquaintance not necessary. 



The Original and Only 



Svk 



Making pictures in 



Cx <L7 Chicago 

Chicago 



Melvm H. Sykes 

Official Chicago Photographer 
for the ILLIO 



Stevens B'ld'g, 16 N. Wabash 

Telephone, Central 342 



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For the sixth time the Northwestern Mutual Life Insur- 
ance Company of Milwaukee, through its District office at 
Champaign, is helping in the issue of the Illio. We are proud 
to say that the reputation of the Company has been sustained 
and its policy holders satisfied since 1858. The Champaign 
office welcomes this opportunity of thanking the Faculty and 
Student body for the business we have from them. Our policies 
are the best, the cost of insurance lower and our facilities for 
taking care of your business are unequalled. 

Please call the Champaign office at any time for informa- 
tion concerning any insurance proposition. 

FRANK R. SMEDLEY, DISTRICT AGENT 

Champaign, Illinois 



Telephones: Bell 193 and 1206 



Auto 1041 



EISNER GROCERY COMPANY 

DISTRIBUTORS OF 

LIBRARY AND UNIVERSITY CANNED GOODS 



Thanks 

For your patronage. We hope to always 
hold your good will and friendship. 

The Arcade Confectionery 

"Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy' 



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The Kewpies and the Sensible Woman. 

"Oh, Bobbie !" Nan says, happily, "See what the dear little Kewpies have brought 
us! Don't they know what we like?" And Bobbie says, "Iloo-e-e ! I guess they do." 

The wise Kewpies are always doing the right thing to make little and big folks 
comfortable, contented and happy, and of course they know, just as sensible women 
know, that good things to eat are one of the first considerations. 

And where is the list of good things to eat that doesn't begin 
with 




No sensible woman will overlook the easy Jell-O way when she 
wishes to serve a particularly delicious dessert, for the low cost and 
the delightful flavor as well as the ease of preparation of Jell-O, are 
too well known for that. 

Jell-O is put up in seven pure fruit flavors ; Strawberry, Rasp- 
berry, Lemon, Orange, Cherry, Peach, Chocolate. Each 10 cents 
at grocers'. 

A beautiful new Jell-O Book telling of a young bride's house- 
keeping experiences has just been issued. It has splendid pictures 
in colors and will interest every woman. It will be sent to you free 
if you will send us your name and address. 

THE GENESEE PURE FOOD CO., Le Roy, N. Y., and Bridgeburg, Ont. 




This is the package 






General Index 






Acacia 158-159 

Acanthus 198-199 

Achoth 232-233 

Adelphic Literary Society 324-325 

Agricultural Club ....... 326-337 

Agriculturist, The . . 458 459 

A. I. M. E. 350 

Alethenai Literary Society 318-319 

Alpha Chi Omega 220-221 

Alpha < hi Sigma .. 268-269 

Alpha Delta Phi . 174-175 

Alpha Delta Pi 234-235 

Alpha Delta Sigma 307 

Alpha Epsilon Iota 294 

Alpha Gamma Rho 266-267 

Alpha.. Omega Alpha 300 

Alpha Omicron Pi 230-231 

Alpha Rho Chi 274-275 

Alpha Sigma Phi 166-167 

Alpha Tau Omega ... 144-145 

Alnha Xi Delta.. . 224-225 

Alpha Kappa Psi 278 

Alpha Kappa Kappa 296-297 

Alpha Zeta 260-261 

A. S. M. E 346-347 

Architectural Club 348-349 

Athenian Literary Society 320-321 

Athletic Association 367 

Athletic Association. Woman's 423 

Athletic Board of Control 366 

Athletics 366-422 

Athletics, Class .419-422 



Electrical Engineering 
Eta Kappa Nu 



Society 344-3-15 

256 



Band, First 

Hand. Second 

Rand, Reserve 

Baseball 

Baseball, Freshman Varsity- 
Baseball review.. 



485-4S6 

4*7 

487 

379-386 

....... 416 

379-386 

Basketball . .... 401-406 

Basketball, Freshman Varsity 418 

Basketball, review... 404 

Beauty Section 241-248 

Beta Gamma Sigma 279 

Beta Phi 188-189 



Beta Theta Pi.. 

Beta Upsilon 

Bethany Circle 

Borad of Control, Athletic. 
Board of Trustees.. 
Bradley, Tack.. 



150-151 

204-205 

356 

366 

26-27 

370 

Brigade Officers ... 496-497 

394 
334 
338-339 
190-191 
J02-205- 
209 2'0 
222-22'! 
180-181 
ISMS? 
342-343 
419-422 
31-127 

410-4 20 
421-422 
308-364 

364 

493 

288 

340 

28-29 

~ 359 

206-207 



California Track Meet 

Centro Literario Espanol.... 

Chemical Club 

Chi Beta 

Chi Delta..... 

Chinese Student's Club 

Chi Omega 

Chi Phi 

Chi Psi 

Civil Engineering Society 

( las-. Athletics 

Classes 

( 'lass Football 

Class Swimming 

Clubs and Societies 

College Dancing Club 

Colonel, Student Regiment. 

Comitatus 

Commercial Club 

Council of Administrati in 
Country Life Club 

Cosmopolitan Club 

Cross Country 



Daily Illini 

Dances, University.... 

Deans' Picture 

Debate and Oratory... 

Delta Gamma.... 

Delta Kappa Epsilon.. 

Delta Sigma Delta 

Delta Sigma Rho 

Delta Tau Delta 

Delta Upsilon 

I leutsche Verein 

Dixie Club 

Dramatics .... 



447-4-0 

449-504 

30 

J-O-Jv | 

156 157 
295 
270 

134-135 

160-161 
352 
360 

464-478 



Farm Mouse 

Fencing 

Football .. 

Football, All Class 

Football, Freshman Varsity.. 
Fraternities, interior. 



308-309 

413 

369-378 

4lo 

415 

210 

Fraternities, Honorary 251-291 

Fraternities, Social 1 33-209 



Freshman Class Football- 
Freshman Class Swimming 

Freshman Class Officers 

F res h man Committees 

Freshman Varsity Baseball 

Freshman Varsity Basketball 

Freshman Varsity Football 

Freshman Varsity Swimming.. 
Freshman Varsity Track 



4JII 
4 2 2 
127 
128 
416 
4IS 
415 
418 
417 

Gamma Alpha 276 

Gamma Phi Beta ... 236-237 

Girls' Basketball Team ... 312-313 

Girls' Pan-Hellenic Association 213 

Glee and Mandolin ( lub 188-489 

Golf Review 411 

Graphoinen 353 

Gregorian Literary Society 328 

Gymnastics 412 

Helmet Club 290-291 

Home Coming 431-438 

Honorary and Professional Fraternities 251 -Mt7 

Hoof and Horn Club )S8 

Horticultural Club 362 

Household Science Club 329 



Illini, The Daily 

Illini, Tribe of The 
Illinois Agriculturist ... . 

Illinois Chemist 

Illinois Council 

Illinois Magazine 

Illinois Student Union 

Illinois Union Dramatic Club. 

Illio 



447 

...... 458 

312 

3M 
176 
451 

Illiola Literary Society... 322 

litis Club 192 

In the Limelight, 1915 3 

Innes of Court 

Intercollegiate Peace Contest 

Interscholastic 139 

Interscholastic Circus 

Ionian Literary Society 

Iowa Debate 

Iris 194 



45(1 

3 OS 
459 
46 ' 
313 

4 55 
-315 

177 
45* 
323 
193 
1-35 
283 
479 
446 
444 
326 
482 
10.5 



Tames. President, at desk 

Tamesonian Literary Society 327 

lunior Class Football 420 

lunior Class Swimming 421 

Tunior Class Officers 121 

lunior Girls' Basketball 424 

Tunior Girls' Ilockev 426 

lunior Military Officers..... 494 

luniors. popular 122-125 

Tunior Prom j.._ 499-500 

Kappa Ah, ha Theta ?14-215 

Kappa Kappa Gamma 218-219 

Kappa Sigma.. 138-139 

Keramos _ . .. . 310 

Ku Klux Klan 289 

Lambda Chi Alpha 186-187 

I ambda Epsilon Phi 457 

lambda Tau Rho 286 

Lambkins Club 178-179 

Lardner, Ring W 431-434 

Le Cercle Francais 335 

Literary Societies 316-328 

Loyante 357 

MacDonahl. Sandy 407 

Major Webster 498 

Mandolin and Glee Clubs 488-48" 

Mask and Bauble Dramatic Club 468-469 

Mason, Mike 387 

Mawanda 251 




May Pole Dance 439 

Vtedui ,M 

Michigan I lebate 484 

-'ililarv 491-4<>8 

Military Ball 501-502 

Military Review 492 "!?? 

Minnesota I )t-b;iii- 481 

Music -.. 48S 490 

Mu Kappa Alpha 285 



North Atlantic Club 
\'u Sigma Nh 
\'u Sigma Phi 



351 

!92-293 

306 

I'M 19! 

284 
479-484 

■17" 



Officers University Brigade 
Omicron Nu 
Oratory and Debate 

( iiatury and 1 lebate, Board oi 

Pan 1 lellenic Association, Men's 133 

Pan-Hellenic Association, Women s 213 

Phi Alpha Delta 6; « 

Phi Beta Pi - ' s - 

Phi Chi |02 

Phi Delta Kappa •>":> 

Phi Delta I'm , , , 277 

Phi Delta Theta 42 -143 

I'h, Gamma Delta 146-14/ 

Phi Kappa 78-179 

Phi Kappa Psi 1- 1 -" 55 

Phi Kappa Sigma No 141 

Phi Lambda Upsilon 253 

Philomathean Literary Society ll6 ' 3 ti 

Phi Rho Sigma 304-305 

Phi Sigma Kappa l 7 9 _ i"l 

Pi Beta Phi 216 !13 

Pi Omicron i'"' 19 

Pi Pi Rho 282 

Pi Tan Sigma 281 

Post Exam lubilcc 478 

Psi Delta l !00 

Psi Mu 287 

I'm I linega 301 

Psi Upsilon 173-173 

Publications 447-462 



Railway Club 

Review of Baseball Season 
Review of Basketball Season 
Review of Football Season.. 

Rifle Club 

Roast Section 



341 
382 
404 
372 
363 
505 553 



Sachem . 252 

Scabbard and Blade 2.1 1/1 

Scarab 271 

Scribblers' Club 332 

Second Band 487 

Senior Class Officers 36 

Senior Committees 38 

Senior Council, Girls' 331 

Senior Football 419 

Senior (litis' Basketball 424 

Senior Invitation Committee 37 

Senior Memorial Committee 

Senior Officers, Military 494 

Seniors 31-1 20 

Seniors, Popular 31-35 



Senior Swimming Team 421 

Sergeants 495 

Sigma Alpha Epsilon 148-14") 

Sigma tin 136 137 

Sigma Delta I hi 257 

Sigma Kappa .... - ...j 226-227 

Sigma Nu 152-153 

Sigma Pi 164 165 

Sigma Tan 280 

Siren 456-457 

Social Affairs 1"" 104 

Social Fraternities 133 20') 

Societies, Honorary and Professional 251 191 
Sophomore Class Football 420 

Sophomore Class Swimming 422 

Sophomore Committees 128 

Sophomore Cotillion 503-504 

Sophomore Girls' Basketball 425 

Sophomore ( Mticcrs. Class I 16 

Sororities 213-238 

Summer Military Camp 498 

Swimming, Freshman Varsity 418 

Swimming, Varsity 407-409 

Tan Beta Pi 254-255 

Tau Kappa Epsilon 176-177 

Technograph 460-461 

Tennis . 410 

Theta Delta Chi 162-163 

Track 387-400 

Track, Freshman Varsity 417 

Track Records 400 

Track Review 390 

Triangle 264-265 

Tribe of The llln.i 368 

U. L. A. S 333 

Union Dramatic Club 474-475 

Union, Illinois Student 314-315 

University Band 485-486 

University Views 1-24 

Varsity Baseball 379-386 

Varsity Basketball 401-406 

Varsity Cross Country Team 399 

Varsity Fencing _ 413 

Varsity Football 370-371 

Varsity Gym Team 412 

Varsity Swimming Team 407-409 

Varsity Tennis Team 410 

Varsity Track Team 387-400 

Varsity Wrestling Team 414 

Watson, Jack- 369 

Webster and Tames 491 

Wisconsin Debate 483 

Woman's Athletic Association 423 

Woman's Athletics 423-430 

Woman's League, Advisory Board 330 

Woods, Rav 401 

Wrestling Team •. 414 



354 
238 
355 



Zeta Beta Tau 184-185 

Zeta Psi 168-169 



Y. M. C. A 

Yo Ma 

Y. W. C. A. 




636